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    Default Automatically build using the STRATON development environment

    Hi,

    I have a STRATON project (W5L and K5P files). I would like to automatically build the project so that I can check for errors. Is this possible using the automation interface or via the command line?

    I have the STRATON Development Environment which we use to create and edit the project.

    Thanks,

    Garret

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    Default Re: Automatically build using the STRATON development environment

    Hello Garret,

    You can do that using the K5B.exe
    You can find it in the folder where straton is installed (or in C:\Program Files (x86)\COPA-DATA\zenon 7.60 SP0, for example, if you are using zenon Logic)
    Open a command shell where the file is, then type
    ./K5B.exe
    It will show you the available options.
    If you want to build a project, you must use the 'Build' option (see the attached picture)

    Have a nice week,
    Anthony

    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails K5B_Test.PNG  

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    Default Re: Automatically build using the STRATON development environment

    Thanks Anthony. That's exactly what I needed.

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