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Windows 7: help with batch file with errorlevel setup

02 Sep 2011   #1
couta

Windows2008
 
 
help with batch file with errorlevel setup

Hi,

I'm trying to run the following but I have a few questions please.

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echo %errorlevel%
set errorlevel=0
echo %errorlevel%

for /f "tokens=3 " %%d in ('sdcli disk list ^| findstr /c:"LUN Path"') do mmm %%d
echo %errorlevel%
if %errorlevel% EQU 0 goto Completed
else goto error
:Completed
echo Cleanup Completed
:error
echo Error please check

:end
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my question is as folllows. Basically, the command "mmm" does not exist and the return of the command gives me: 'mmm' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file."
this is normal. what is not normal is that the errorcode still comes out as 0, as if the command worked. How do I get around this ?
thanks a million


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04 Sep 2011   #2
SundRance

Windows 7 Pro 32bit / Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

A "goto end" between echo Cleanup Completed and :error? Seems like you have to stop the processes between conclusions to me. I mean, shouldn't there be some branch between Completed & error?

I'm not sure about the terms I'm using here. I do write and use some batch files, but am not sure exaclty what you are doing here ...
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