Has anybody every run a checkmate class (%mqc_update_all_features to be exact) from a VB journal and captured the result in a txt file?
Thanks for any help or advice in advance,
Why the journal?
Is it because you are wanting to run in batch (Check-Mate already can) or the results txt file has to be in a specific format, different to what the Check-Mate log offers?
Yes, i need to validate a large about of data (3rd party data) checking that the features update is just one element of it.
I guess there are a couple of things that may be useful.
First there is running Check-Mate from a command line:
Check-Mate from a command line
Second there is running Check-Mate on TC import:
Examples for using validation options
Does that help?