So close to getting this to work. I have used tabcmd to generate a single pdf once, but really want to batch a bunch of pdfs like you are doing. Using your .bat am unable to log in correctly. I have to specify a site in mine, so I added that to the parameters on top and referenced it with the -t call in the tabcmd logon.
For some reason it won't work.
invalid user name or password
Would love some help if you're willing...
I've triple checked all my username/password fields, again just used tabcmd and was able to log on. Just not via this .bat.
How do I use parameters and filters if they have spaces in the name and value?
I have tried that and it does not work for me. It says "for" is not recognized as an internal command. And then I get just one pdf . It does not loop. Please help me !
Was wondering if you ever got a response to your inquiry above regarding using a parameter instead of a filter. I am trying to implement this using a parameter as well and wanted to see if there was a best practice already in use.
Thanks for any insights you may be able to provide!
This is BRILLIANT! It works (Almost) perfectly for me. I have a text table that I am filtering and exporting as a PDF. Filtering and Exporting is working great - its just that the column headers do not show anymore. Do you have any suggestions?
The title shows but the text column/row headers itself does not.
Hey Tim - just put the whole file path in there like:
for /f "tokens=*" %%a in (C:\001_test\bat\grp_lst.txt) do call :processline %%a