Automatic Mode

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If you start enaio® capture in auto-mode, the subprograms which are defined as automatic actions in the configuration and to which data has been transferred, will launch automatically.

To start in auto-mode, the parameter '/auto' has to be entered at the start.

For example, you can integrate enaio® capture into enaio® client as an external application and define /auto as start parameter (for more information on integrating external applications see Start). You can also create a link on the computer desktop with '/auto' as a start parameter. Further information can be found in Windows help.

User Interface of enaio® capture in Auto-Mode

If you start enaio® capture in auto-mode the following window will open:

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In the Automatic actions list, you can find the configurations and subprograms which are defined as automatic actions in the configuration. When a batch has been transferred to one of these subprograms, enaio® capture will start the subprogram.

In the Last action area, a short log about the last action can be found.

enaio® capture will automatically update the information on which batches were transferred to which subprograms. This information can be updated by clicking Refresh icon Refresh or pressing the F5 key.

The frequency with which enaio® capture queries information in auto-mode can be set in the Execution frequency dialog by clicking Frequency icon Frequency.

You can exit enaio® capture by pressing Exit - icon Exit or the shortcut key Alt+F4.

Exiting Auto-Mode

While an action is being executed, enaio® capture will not react. For that reason, the auto-mode stopper axiastop.exe will start automatically. It will be added to the task bar. The corresponding context menu offers the function Stop and exit all capture instances in auto-mode. All enaio® capture instances can be exited with this function after having finished the current job.