File Adapter 7.11 - set operating system command line dynamically

Hi,
is there any way to set the "Operating System Command Line" in the file adapter as ASMA / dynamic attribute?
I need to set  a command line exec depending on some XSL mapping values.
thx
holger

hi,
>>>is there any way to set the "Operating System Command Line" in the file adapter as ASMA / dynamic attribute?
>>>I need to set a command line exec depending on some XSL mapping values.
think about this approach:
you put the XSL values into the filename after the real name of the file
in the batch script you use those values in order to execute a dynamic exe command
after processing you just change the name of the file in the script by removing the xsl values
simple ? I think so
Regards,
Michal Krawczyk

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