PC*MILER Rail-BatchPro

What is PC*MILER Rail-BatchPro?
PC*MILER® Rail-BatchPro™ is an add-on batch processing module created for use with PC*MILER Rail. It can be launched from within another application, giving...
Wed, 11 Jan, 2023 at 6:07 PM
How Does Rail-BatchPro Work?
BatchPro works as follows: the name of your input file of car records is passed as a parameter to BatchPro. Guided by the description of the input file form...
Tue, 24 Nov, 2020 at 7:08 PM
Rail-BatchPro Basics
The steps to generate BatchPro mileage and reports are below. To open the BatchPro window, go to the Windows Start menu > All Programs (or the equivale...
Thu, 19 Jul, 2018 at 6:02 PM
Rail-BatchPro Input and Config Files
To generate distances, PC*MILER Rail-BatchPro requires an input file (.IN) of car records and a configuration file (.CFG) which enables BatchPro to interpre...
Thu, 28 Apr, 2022 at 7:31 PM
Sample Input Files
Your PC*MILER Rail-BatchPro installation comes with several sample input files, including: One SPLC Per Line – Standard Routing The records in the samp...
Tue, 24 Nov, 2020 at 7:25 PM
Rail-BatchPro Output Options
To edit the output and route options in a configuration file, click the Output Options tab under Options. Output Type Select Standard if you simpl...
Tue, 24 Nov, 2020 at 7:25 PM
Rail-BatchPro Output Report Files
For every input file that BatchPro processes, an output file of mileage with the extension “.OUT” will be generated. Under Default, click Browse to sel...
Thu, 19 Jul, 2018 at 6:03 PM
Correcting Recurring Data Errors with Override Files
If you are experiencing recurring errors during route entry because the station or railroad you attempted to enter can’t be found in the PC*MILER Rail datab...
Tue, 24 Nov, 2020 at 7:27 PM
Rail-BatchPro Error Messages
Error messages you may encounter as you use PC*MILER Rail-BatchPro are listed in the table below with brief descriptions. Error messages appear in the .OUT ...
Tue, 24 Nov, 2020 at 7:28 PM
Using BatchPro-Rail from the Command Line
The BatchPro application can be run from your PC’s command line, without invoking the user interface. This feature is useful for scheduled runs, running a s...
Tue, 24 Nov, 2020 at 7:28 PM