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Old 19-May-2016, 01:27 PM
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Automatically Open Sellerdeck, publish then close.

For stock management purposes, is there any way to do the above?

I want to automatically start PC, run a program to sync stock statues, then open sellerdeck, publish then close again
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Old 19-May-2016, 04:18 PM
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Yes. You can do this through command lines (put into a .bat batch file for automating).

Read the sellerdeck Help Topic - Command Lines.

It would look something like

"C:\Program Files\SellerDeck 2016\Catalog.exe" /s "Site1" /u /q
the above line will open "Site1" in Sellerdeck 2016, upload the website, then close Sellerdeck again.

The help topic gives you more options/commands as well.
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Old 20-May-2016, 08:21 AM
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To start up the PC at a certain time you'll need to see if your BIOS supports this. It's usually in the power management in the BIOS.

You can then schedule the batch file to run when the PC starts up (or daily at a certain time).

You can also schedule the PC to power down at a certain time.


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