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Old   August 8, 2014, 04:58
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Hi everybody!

Context: I create an important number of Tables within CFD-Post. They are therefore all available in the Report section. Manually, I could simply click on Publish, and the job would be published

Problem: In my post processing method, I would like to use my macros in batch mode. The problem is that I cannot find the command line in my macro to "export" a report (text format).

I underlined the word "report" because the command ">export" only export an object type EXPORT (not an object REPORT).

To all, thank you in advance for you time and consideration.

Cordialement,
Franck

ps: I tried the command line ">report"... it did not work
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