The syntax for the afpmerge client command is:
java –jar AfpMerge.jar
The AfpMerge includes a set of required parameters and a set of optional parameters.
The following parameters are required:
- The input files list. Specifies the fully qualified list of AFP files to be merged. A semi-colon ‘;’ in the first column means the entire line is a comment.
- The output file name. Denotes the fully-qualified name of the merged AFP file.
The following parameters are optional:
- No exit on warnings. Use of this parameter instructs the program to not exit on warning
conditions. Warnings are still displayed to stderr.
- Only an AFP expert should use this option.
- Trace file. Create a trace file named AfpMerge.trace.0 and AfpMerge.trace.1. The program alternates between these two file names so that only two traces exist on the system at any time.
- Verbose mode. Write merge information to stdout. Use this information to determine how internal resources were combined.
- Version information. Display version information to stdout.
-l <input file list>, required -o <output file name>, required -noexit, do not exit on warnings, optional -tra(ce), create trace file (AfpMerge.trace.(0|1)), optional -verb(ose), verbose mode, optional -vers(ion), version information, optional
One of the following return codes displays upon completion:
- For no errors or warnings in the conversion.
- No warnings in the conversion.
- No errors in the conversion.