OutputFiles every 24 hours using batch script

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    Hello. I started the same topic in a different post. I’m running Eddypro in a windows machine to process 18 months of sonic anemometer data only.I need to create daily outputs and I’m trying to automatize the process with a batch file. One user told me that one solution could be to create a script that edits the processing.eddypro project file, specifically, the field pr_start_date and pr_end_date, and then to run eddypro_rp.exe. And then do another script that calls the previous script with the right day to process. I like this solution, but I’m not sure how I can edit the fields pr_start_date and pr_end_date without using the EddyPro GUI. This is, how to do that from a batch script and preserve the EddyPro native format of the project file. Thank you, especially to the user that replied my previous post. All the best.



    This can simply be done using any text editor or programatically from any command line text editing tool or programming environment.

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