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The path that is entered must refer to a file. Either relative or absolute paths can be specified and these can be local or network paths.

General

Publish method

Specify which method should be used to write the remark file when publishing.

The following publish methods are available:

Delete and create (Default)

  1. Create a temporary remark file containing the current information
  2. Delete the existing remark file.
  3. Rename the temporary remark file

Replace

The remark file content will be replaced with the current information.

Rename and create

  1. Create a temporary remark file containing the current information.
  2. Rename the existing remark file (will be deleted at the next publish)
  3. Rename the temporary remark file.

Timeout

The timeout determines in which time span a failed publication is repeated.

If a publication fails, it is checked whether the timout has elapsed since the start of the publication. If the timout is not elapsed the publication will be repeated.

For example:

A publication fails after 3 seconds. Because the Timeout is set to 5 seconds and hasn`t yet expired, the publication is repeated.

5 seconds Timeout – 3 seconds publication = 2 seconds left

If the second publication fails after another 3 seconds, it is not repeated, because the Timeout has expired.

5 seconds Timeout – 3 seconds 1. Publication – 3 seconds 2. Publication = -1 seconds left

Privacy

Obfuscate data

If this option is activated, the message file is not written in plain text, but veiled.

Extended 

Script execution

Scripts entered here are automatically executed using the Windows command line during the publishing procedure.

Examples

Powershell script
Batch script

Error handling

If a script is not executed properly (ExitCode ≠ 0), the publication fails. The previously executed actions (script before publishing or writing the message file) are not reverted in case of an error.

Before publishing

Scripts entered here are executed before writing the message file.

After publishing

Scripts entered here are executed after writing the message file.

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