|Subject||Re: Automating gbak|
Probably the easiest / safest you're right
--- In email@example.com, Paul Reeves <paul@f...> wrote:
> On Wednesday 28 January 2004 12:26, Didier Gasser-Morlay wrote:
> > that's not difficult to set up but I am wondering if ALL errors
> > messages in gbak do have the word ERROR or if I should be looking to
> > some other words (e.g. warning or else)
> > any idea ?
> I'd work from the other end, if I was you. If the last line of the gbak
> output doesn't say 'finishing, closing and going home' or whatever
> precise wording then something went wrong, even if no error is reported.
> Paul Reeves
> Supporting users of Firebird and InterBase