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This article describes how to create a batch file for publishing predefined reports in Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM). You can then schedule the batch file to run, for example, by using the AT scheduler or the Scheduled Task Wizard.
Use the Reporting Command Line Wizard to create a batch file for publishing the reports. The wizard bases the batch file on information that you provide, including the name and parameters for the report. Follow these steps:
C:\ cd "\Program Files\Microsoft Operations Manager 2000\OnePoint\Reporting" START /WAIT EEAREPT.exe /PRINTBATCH Most Common Alerts /DATERANGE:YESTERDAY /OUTPUT:H /DESCRIPTION:Y
You can find definitions and information about the various options in the MOM Help files. To view the Help files, start Microsoft Management Console, click Microsoft Operations Manager, click the Help arrow, and then click Help on Microsoft Operations Manager.
For additional information about some problems that may occur when you use MOM reporting, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/832226/ )MOM reporting issues
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