Tag: Echo

The action Echo is used to insert an automation trace into a script, as well as re-enable the trace after it has been disabled earlier in the script.

<Echo Mode="False"/>
<Echo Value="Load Server Automation script"/>

Tag Attributes

AttributesAttribute ValuesValue DescriptionComment
ModeTrue/ False


Not mandatory ­- see detailed description below
ValueUser defined
The text to be displayed in the automation trace file
FilePathUser definedThe path to which the automation log file will be savedNot mandatory ­- see detailed description below

Detailed Description

The default mode of the Echo action is <Echo Mode="True"/>. Thus, it is unnecessary to specify this mode unless <Echo Mode="False"/> has been specified earlier in the script and you wish to reactivate the automation trace within the script.

Using the Value attribute, you can specify a text readout to include in the automation console output. This can be done multiple different times within a script.

The FilePath attribute allows you to save all automation trace and error messages to a file.

If <Echo Mode="False"/> has been specified, the automation trace messages and errors will still be output into your file.

Example Script

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<ytriaAutomation Application="databaseEZ" ApplicationVersion="16.5">
	<Echo Value="Load Server Automation script"/>
	<Load Server="ACME01/ACME" Partial="True">
		<Load Database="admin4.nsf"/>
		<Load Database="log.nsf" Select="True"/>

Note that in the script above there is no 
Mode attribute used.