Examples of the MapTrace (-T) command

The commands in the following table show combinations of the -T command options:
-T [I [Cinput_card_num | [from[:to]]] [O [Coutput_card_num]] [S] [B] [U] [=filepath]
The table is not an exhaustive list of all possible option combinations.
The command options are not positional, with these exceptions:
  • If specified, the filepath option must be the last option on the command.
  • The Cinput_card_num and from:to variables must follow the I option. The Coutput_card_num must follow the O option.
For example, in the -TIC3OC4B command, 3 is the number of the input card and 4 is the number of the output card. However, -TBOC4IC3 is an identical command.
Table 1. Example MapTrace commands
MapTrace command Trace target Trace file format Trace file name Trace file location
-T Do not trace text mapname.mtr map directory
-TI Trace all inputs text mapname.mtr map directory
-TI2:10 Trace input objects 2 through 10 text mapname.mtr map directory
-TIC7 Trace input card 7 text mapname.mtr map directory
-TIB Trace all input objects binary mapname.mtr map directory
-TIBU Trace all inputs binary unique map directory
-TIBU=C:\TXTRACES Trace all inputs binary unique C:\TXTRACES directory
-TI2:10BU=C:\TXTRACES Trace input objects 2 through 10 binary unique C:\TXTRACES directory
-TO Trace all output cards text mapname.mtr map directory
-TOC3BU=C:\TXTRACES\Card3Trc.mtr Trace output card 3 binary Card3Trace.mtr C:\TXTRACES directory
-TIC3OC4 Trace input object 3 and output card 4 text mapname.mtr map directory
-TI2:22OC1 Trace input objects two through 22 and output card 1 text mapname.mtr map directory
-TS Trace all input and output cards and provide a message for each card text mapname.mtr map directory