I was trying to add a tracert command to a .bat file.
At the cmd.exe I was writing:
tracert 188.8.131.52 > desktop\tracert.txt
and it ran ok. I've created a bat file like this:
::@echo off Cd C:\ cls echo %DATE% echo %TIME% set datetimef=%date:~-4%_%date:~3,2%_%date:~0,2%__%time:~0,2%_%time:~3,2%_%time:~6,2% echo %datetimef% ::2013_04_20__13_01_47 ::tracert 184.108.40.206 > desktop\Tracert_IP1_%datetimef%.txt tracert 220.127.116.11 > desktop\tracert.txt
The idea is to add the data to filename, I also would like to write it inside the tracert.txt, but I dont know how.
C:\>echo 20/04/2013 20/04/2013 C:\>echo 14:18:12,44 14:18:12,44 C:\>set datetimef=2013_04_20__14_18_12 C:\>echo 2013_04_20__14_18_12 2013_04_20__14_18_12 **C:\>tracert 18.104.22.168 1>desktop\tracert.txt** **The system cannot find the path specified**
Why is it adding "1" before the ">" and removing the space between ">" and "desktop"?
Anyway, I tried to run the
tracert command again directly at the cmd but now it is giving me the same error message as the bat file:
The system cannot find the path specified
Edit 1: Well, the problem with the path not find is because I've changed the cmd path using "cd" command, than the desktop folder was just not found! I'm embarrassed! Sorry guys.. Thanks for the replays about the "1"s and disapearing withe spaces.