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This section contains some examples on how you can compare Excel files with the Synkronizer CommandLine Utility.

 

 

Example 1 - Compare two files

1.Start the CommandLine Utility of Synkronizer using synk.exe
2.Enter the source file with the command src={file name}
3.Enter the target file with the command tgt={file name}
4.Compare the files with the command c
5.Close the Synkronizer CommandLine Utility with the command x

 

commandline_example1

 

Direct command for batch file or Windows shortcut:

"C:\Program Files\Synkronizer\Synkronizer 11\Synk.exe" dir="D:\Documents\" src="Source\File1.xlsx"  tgt="Target\File2.xlsx" h=1 /cs /x

 

 

Example 2 - Compare one master file with various target files

1.Start the CommandLine Utility of Synkronizer using synk.exe
2.Enter the source file with the command src={file name}
3.Enter the target folder (which contains the target files) with the command tgt={target folder}
4.Compare the files with the command c
5.Close the Synkronizer CommandLine Utility with the command x

 

commandline_example2

 

Direct command for batch file or Windows shortcut:

"C:\Program Files\Synkronizer\Synkronizer 11\Synk.exe" dir="D:\Documents\" src="Source\File1.xlsx"  tgt="Target\*.*" /c /x

 

 

Example 3 - Compare all files in two folders

1.Start the CommandLine Utility of Synkronizer using synk.exe
2.Enter the source folder with the command src={source folder}
3.Enter the target folder with the command tgt={target folder}
4.Compare the files with the command c
5.Close the Synkronizer CommandLine Utility with the command x

 

commandline_example3

 

Direct command for batch file or Windows shortcut:

"C:\Program Files\Synkronizer\Synkronizer 11\Synk.exe" dir="D:\Documents\" src="Source\*.*"  tgt="Target\*.*" /c /x

 

 

Example 4 - Create no difference report but a logfile

1.Start the CommandLine Utility of Synkronizer using synk.exe
2.Enter the source file with the command src={file name}
3.Enter the target file with the command tgt={file name}
4.Enter the name of the logfile: log={file name}
5.Define report settings. Enter r=0
6.Compare the files with the command c
7.Close the Synkronizer CommandLine Utility with the command x

 

commandline_example4

 

Direct command for batch file or Windows shortcut:

"C:\Program Files\Synkronizer\Synkronizer 11\Synk.exe" dir="D:\Documents\" src="Source\File1.xlsx"  tgt="Target\File2.xlsx" /log="synklog.txt" /r=0 /c /x

 

 

Example 5 - Compare two files using filters and formats

1.Start Excel & Synkronizer
2.Define the files, filters and formats which you'd like to compare
3.Save the settings as a project
4.Close Synkronizer and Excel
5.Start the CommandLine Utility of Synkronizer using synk.exe
6.Enter the source file with the command src={file name}
7.Enter the target file with the command tgt={file name}
8.Enter the Synkronizer project file which contains the settings: xml={file name}
9.Compare the files with the command c
10.Close the Synkronizer CommandLine Utility with the command x

 

commandline_example5

 

Direct command for batch file or Windows shortcut:

"C:\Program Files\Synkronizer\Synkronizer 11\Synk.exe" dir="D:\Documents\" src="Source\File1.xlsx"  tgt="Target\File2.xlsx" /xml="Projects\SynkProject.xml" /c /x