- reg, register
it checks if at least one of <file>... is not yet with status greater than 3, if yes, then fail. If not, then for each <file>... it creates an entry in <log_file> with status 1 (REGISTERED).
create an entry in <log_file> with status 4 (SKIP), which is practically the same as state 5 (PROCESSED), but it would be sometimes good to distinguish these two cases.
- proc, processed
option produces an entry in <log_file> for each <file>... with status 5 (PROCESSED).
- arch, archive
option firstly check if the last status of <file>... is 4 (SKIP) or 5 (PROCESSED), fail if not. If yes, then move all <file>... into <archive_dir> and set status to 6.
create an entry in <log_file> with status 0 (RERUN), which lets FR to act as no <file>... have been processed yet.
Log file <log_file> is an CSV file with this structure:
Possible States are standard EVL ones:
0 | RERU | Rerun 1 | RUNN | Running (Registered) 2 | FAIL | Failed 3 | CANC | Canceled 4 | SKIP | Skipped 5 | SUCC | Successful (Processed) 6 | ARCH | Archived
Fr ( reg[ister] | skip | proc[essed] | arch[ive] | rerun ) <file>... [--log-file=<log_file>] [--archive-dir=<archive_dir>] evl fr ( reg[ister] | skip | proc[essed] | arch[ive] | rerun ) <file>... [--log-file=<log_file>] [--archive-dir=<archive_dir>]
log CSV file to be used, when not specified value from environment variable EVL_FR_LOG_FILE is used. If such variable is not set, by default $EVL_PROJECT_LOG_DIR/FR.csv is used.
possible only for ‘arch’ option and specifies the path to archive directory, if not specified, value is taken from environment variable EVL_FR_ARCHIVE_DIR. If not such variable is found, then fail.
These lines in EVL job (an ‘evs’ file):
Fr reg /some/local/path/file # Process file Read /some/local/path/file INPUT ... ... Wait Fr proc /some/local/path/file Fr arch /some/local/path/file