command line syntax

aboczsraboczsr Posts: 3
I've got a SQL replication job that is broken but don't have the time to track down the error and correct it at the moment. I would like to use SDC by way of a command line batch run by the Windows scheduler. I have done a few quick searches, but have been unable to determine what command options SDC has or whether I am licensed for the command line version.

How do I determine these?

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  • Brian DonahueBrian Donahue Posts: 6,590 New member
    Hello,

    Currently, in version 4.x of SQL Bundle, all three command-line utilities are licensed under the SQL Toolkit moniker. This means that in order to use the command lines, you will need a SQL Toolkit licence or the Developer Edition of SQL Bundle.

    For this reason also, you will find the documentation for the command-line tools usage in the SQL Comparison and Synchronization Toolkit help file that is installed in the SQL Bundle program group.
  • Thanks, that's what I needed to know.
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