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  Tue, 22/Aug/2017 9:07 PM
Alonso
10 Posts
Hi i would like to know if there is possible to say "harold" when the job is finished then run a delete command.
   
  Wed, 23/Aug/2017 2:04 AM
Robin
1136 Posts
Yes, in the Notification Information window, set the Event to "Job Finished" and set the action to "Run a Command". The command to delete a job is:

"$(SmedgeDir)Job" Delete $(ID)

Note that you can also set a job to auto-delete on the Advanced Info tab with the "When Finished" option. This avoids having to use Herald for this at all. You can set this option in Submit with the flag -FinishDisposition flag. Valid values are:

-1Use the Master default
0Keep the Job forever
1Delete the Job immediately


Edited by author on Wed, 23/Aug/2017 2:13 AM
   
  Wed, 23/Aug/2017 1:58 PM
Alonso
10 Posts
Thanks Robin, i figured out how to delete using herald.

Job finifhed run command
CommandLine: Job DeleteFinished

it works well so far, one question more.

How can i erase all the .log folders and TXT from the director render scene? is that posible?

I am trying with the following sentence in command/render delete/
"$(Scene.Path)Job" LogCleanup $(ID)

Regards

Edited by author on Wed, 23/Aug/2017 7:39 PM
   
  Tue, 29/Aug/2017 1:03 PM
Robin
1136 Posts
You can script just about any command, so if you know a pattern for the files you want to delete, you can make a command something like this (on Windows):

cmd /c del "$(Scene.Path)\*.log"


Thanks,
-robin
   
  Tue, 29/Aug/2017 7:47 PM
Alonso
10 Posts
Thanks a lot, I will try, and it sounds good, to cand put any command sentences.
   
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