MOM Reporting provides a command-line interface. This interface allows you to automate the report generation process. For example, you can create a batch file that contains the commands to generate the reports you want. Then, you can use the Windows Task Scheduler, as explained in Scheduling Report Generation, to run that batch file at scheduled times. For more information, see Automating Report Generation.
MOM Reporting also provides a command-line wizard that allows you to create a batch file that contains a command to generate specific reports. You can use the wizard to create the batch file and see what options are required to generate a specific report. You can also run the wizard several times, saving each command to a separate batch file, and then combine the commands into one batch file.
To generate multiple reports from a batch file, prefix each
command in the file with the
START /WAIT command. For
more information about the
START /WAIT command, see
the MS-DOS help.
To use the command-line wizard to create a batch file: