Using the Command Line Arguments 1 (CLI)
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The first part is for those who don't not have the EDI Exchange module enabled!
In order to run the HIPAA Enrollment Master from the command line or have it invoked through another program, it is necessary to pass command line arguments to the program to instruct it to perform the desired tasks.
Command line arguments are separated by commas.
This example calls the HIPAA Enrollment Master's executable and gives a folder path as first argument and specifies database export(X) as second argument.
"C:\Program Files\HIPAAsuite\HIPAA Enrollment Master\HIPAAEnrollmentMaster.exe" C:\Inbox\EDI,X
Using Command Prompt
Follow the instructions below to use the command-line arguments in Windows Command Prompt.
The command returns a system code which is not displayed to the users:
Testing the command line requires that you check the log (See Accessing Logs). In the log, you may see a message like following:
Processing of 'C:\EDI\Inbox\835' started at 3/12/2012 9:21:11 AM
Printer is not found in system
Processing stopped at 3/12/2012 9:21:11 AM
The log will help you to debug the command line.