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Is there a command line script or proc already in Cloverleaf that I can run to tell me if a table lookup file is malformed?
I’m going to give the upstream foriegn system a copy of my Cloverleaf lookup table file and they will change via an editor as they need.
I will uplaod the Cloverleaf table lookup file from their source system when they make a change and I pick up their daily batch file.
It would be nice to run a validate script on the table lookup file I get from them to see if it is malformed before I try to use it.
I see the Cloverleaf GUI IDE already reports if a table lookup file is malformed when you try to load it, so somewhere buried in Cloverleaf there is logic already written to check if a table lookup file is malformed.
I’m hoping I can have someone tell me where it is located and how to leverage it to my benifit on the back end at the command line prompt or from within a standalone TCL script.
Also, someone in the clovertech community might have their own homegrown validate script they might already be using to check if a table lookup file is malformed that they might be will to share.
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