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Syntax for Running Standards Checks in the Batch Process Utility

In the batch process command file, the syntax for the Standards Checker execution command is: standardschecker execute [keyword=value,keyword=value...], where the keywords set the standards checker operational parameters.

The possible keywords and values are:

Keyword Values
report true, false, 0 or 1

If true or 1, a report file is generated

interactive true, false, 0 or 1

If true or 1, the Standards Checker is run in interactive mode. If the Batch Process runs in non-graphics mode, this keyword is ignored.

settingsfile File specification for the settings DGNLib file. If the path is not specified, Promis.e searches the directory specified by the MS_SETTINGSDIR configuration variable. If the MS_STANDARDSCHECKER_SETTINGSFILE configuration variable is set, this keyword is ignored.
settingsname The named standards check settings to be used within the settings file.
reportfile File specification for the Standards Checker report file. If the directory is not specified, the file is put in the directory specified by the MS_STANDARDSCHECKER_OUT configuration variable.
reportopen overwrite, append, or new

If not set (and report is set to 1 or true), a new report file is generated.

reviewignored true, false, 0, or 1

If true or 1, then problems previously marked as ignored are displayed in interactive mode. If the Standards Checker is not run in interactive mode, this keyword has no effect.

The keyword/value pairs can be separated by either commas or spaces. Any value that includes a space or a comma can be specified by using double quotes either around the entire keyword/value pair, or around just the value portion, such as: "reportfile=C:\ProgramData\Bentley\MicroStation CONNECT Edition\Configuration\WorkSpaces\Example\WorkSets\General\Out\check.xml" or reportfile="C:\ProgramData\Bentley\MicroStation CONNECT Edition\Configuration\WorkSpaces\Example\WorkSets\General\Out\check.xml" .