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Hanuman_U Absent Member.
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How to run a batch command when a file gets committed/updated

Hi All,

 

This is regarding ALI  (App Lifecyle Intelligence ) Extension.

I've enable ALI Extension while creating a project and I am able to track all the code changes.

 

I want to run a batch command when ever the code/file gets updated.

 

So here is my question:  In which work flow module I can write code ( to run batch command ). 

 


Regards,
Hanumanth
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Acclaimed Contributor.. Jan Czajkowski Acclaimed Contributor..
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Re: How to run a batch command when a files gets committed/updated

Since the ALI is using the APIs, no ALM workflow script will be triggered when the source code is updated. You will have to find another way to trigger the batch file. I don't know if there are any such features within ALI itself, or if you need to do it from the source control system or build server.
Jan Czajkowski

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Hanuman_U Absent Member.
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Re: How to run a batch command when a files gets committed/updated

Thanks  Jan Czajkowski for your Inputs.  I'll try to find if there is any alternate for this.


Regards,
Hanumanth
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