File Deletion At Detection And No Records Error (3200) S’abonner

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Hi All,

I have the attached tasklist (task.PNG)

 

[attachment=727:task.PNG]

 

The file produced by my application is the one attached (file.dd)

[attachment=729:file.dd.txt]

 

Where the Detection Response is Delete File I get a 3200 error (No records Found)

 

I think it is because the file is deleted before its processing..How can I avoid this? I tried to play around with the polling and the locked timeout values but without success.

 

Thank you very much in advance!

 

 

 

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Ian Cummings
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Choose to rename the trigger file instead of delete and all should work.  The Commander script looked fine.

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Hi Ian,

thanks for your answer.

That's what I did, but this seems to me a bug of the application. My will is to delete the file: does this functionality work fine?

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If you delete the trigger file the moment you detect it, how then would BarTender use it as a data file?  The defined configuration is to rename the trigger file as I have told you.  The BarTender command itself can include a /DD option which will delete the data file after use if you want to keep good house keeping.

 

Please review the following white paper for proper Commander task creation: http://www.bartenderbarcodesoftware.com/label-software/whitepapers/Commander-Examples(English).pdf

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If you delete the trigger file the moment you detect it, how then would BarTender use it as a data file?  The defined configuration is to rename the trigger file as I have told you.  The BarTender command itself can include a /DD option which will delete the data file after use if you want to keep good house keeping.

 

Please review the following white paper for proper Commander task creation: http://www.bartenderbarcodesoftware.com/label-software/whitepapers/Commander-Examples(English).pdf

 

Hi Ian,

this is exactly my question. Is there a way to delete the file after processing. My application does not add /DD to the file and it is not modifiable. Do I need to create a second task to delete it?

 

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Create a second "BarTender" command in the same task, and choose the option to set the /DD command only to delete the trigger file.

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