Scaffold Batch Annotated XML Driver (SCAFML)
The following XML driver file includes references to the batch processing version of Scaffold for most elements and attributes.
The default values are those used in Scaffold Desktop UI. Interact with
the XML sections to add or remove attributes and build your SCAFML. Use
the copy buttons to paste into a text editor for review. Finally, save
this file with the extension
Command Line Options
To view command line interface options built into the Scaffold Batch
command, run it without arguments:
ScaffoldBatch [-q] [-f] [-keypath PATH] [xmlDriverFile1] [xmlDriverFile2] Options: -h, -help, --help Shows help documentation -q, -quiet, --quiet Write minimal information to console -f, -force, --force Doesn't request answers from user -k, -keypath, --keypath PATH Specifies location of the license key path -- useful for grid systems. --is-license-valid-at PATH Checks if license is valid at the given path
You can also get help information by running with the help option:
user@host:~$ ./ScaffoldBatch --help
Please note that for consistency, Unix-style forward slashes for path designations, and bash-style command syntax will be used throughout this document.
Interactive XML Driver
All SCAFML files start with a pair of
Experiment elements that bracket the rest of the
specification. It is common to add the Scaffold
Click the buttons and XML sections for more information.
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