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Hiding Messages in Output from Data Compare

Posted: Wed 06 Nov 2019 09:40
by cdenslow
Hi,

I have saved my .dcomp files and am running them in a batch file. e.g.

"C:\Program Files\Devart\Compare Bundle for Oracle\dbForge Data Compare for Oracle\datacompare.com" /datacompare /compfile:"C:\Users\Public\SVN\OASIS\01_dev\work\06_Upgrade\05_EC12_1_Testing\Testing\VerifiedCompareJobs\Z_CNR_ZONE.dcomp"
"C:\Program Files\Devart\Compare Bundle for Oracle\dbForge Data Compare for Oracle\datacompare.com" /datacompare /compfile:"C:\Users\Public\SVN\OASIS\01_dev\work\06_Upgrade\05_EC12_1_Testing\Testing\VerifiedCompareJobs\Z_MV_DAILYMETER_FIXEDFN.dcomp"

etc...

How do I hide the output lines that read

The database object <objectname> has been excluded from comparison because the option "Include tables or views by mask" is on.

because they are taking up a lot of space in the output I only want to see the Summary information in the output which is something like this...

Summary:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
== Identical 67095
<> Different 0
>> Only in Source 0
<< Only in Target 0
>x Conflict Source Records 0
x< Conflict Target Records 0

The source and the target are identical.
Type Name Records State
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Materialized Views
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_BAO_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_BF_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_ESP_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_LY_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_NC_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_NN_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_NS_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_ST_FIXEDFN 7455 ==
ECKERNEL_CNR.Z_MV_BO_DAILYMETER_TI_FIXEDFN 7455 ==

Is there a switch to pass to the program so it only writes the results of the data compare and doesn't write lines about all the items that are excluded?

Thanks
Chris

Re: Hiding Messages in Output from Data Compare

Posted: Wed 06 Nov 2019 17:11
by alexa
We will review this post and will answer you as soon as possible.