Understanding Exit Code returned by Visual Paradigm’s Command Line Interface

Visual Paradigm command line interface allow users to operate various Visual Paradigm’s functionalities without initiate the graphical user interface. Upon finish it will store the execution status into system’s exit code. User creating automated procedures can use the exit code to determine the next step to proceed. Below is the meaning of exit code returned by Visual Paradigm’s command line interface.

Exit Code Meaning
0 Command executed successfully.
1 Invalid command line argument detected.
2 The feature you try to trigger not supported by the edition of Visual Paradigm you using.
3 The project specified in the command line argument cannot be found or is invalid.
4 The output location specified in the command line argument does not exist or is invalid.


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