Any time a batch file has been edited into a template batch file, a REPLACEMENT needs to be created under the PROCESS object in which the batch file will be used. Basically, REPLACEMENT indicates that EASA needs to search a file for all DORs and replace them with the appropriate object values.
|File:||Name of file for EASA to search and replace DORs|
|Delimiter:||Character to act as delimiter in Delimited Object References. default→%|
|New Line Marker:||Select type of text file as defined by its new line marker. default→Windows, UNIX|
|Encoding:||Text encoding used in File: default→US-ASCII|
Note: Some software applications that run on UNIX computers may not be able to properly read a text file generated under Windows and vice versa. In this situation, you must choose which type of compute server this process will be run on, either Windows and UNIX, and then set the parameter New Line Marker: to the same choice.