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Universal Forwarder: Why does the following error appear when I launch a batch file?

Path Finder

Hello,
I have faced this error when launching a batch file with Splunk:

ERROR ExecProcessor - message from ""C:\Program Files\SplunkUniversalForwarder\etc\apps\SQLFailed_logon\bin\script\LogCheck.bat"" **set was unexpected at this time.**

When I try to run this file by myself it works great. But when the batch starts Splunk Universal Forwarder, it has an error: "set was unexpected at this time"

It's strange that this script works on the similar servers with no errors but other servers with errors.

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Path Finder

So the error was because I used script file: runbase.path with the same name for two application.
We need use different name for each application. For example for App1 we need use name runbaseApp1.path for second App2 name runbaseApp2.path and so on..

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Path Finder

So the error was because I used script file: runbase.path with the same name for two application.
We need use different name for each application. For example for App1 we need use name runbaseApp1.path for second App2 name runbaseApp2.path and so on..

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Path Finder

The script contains a code;
setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
set d=%date:~0,2%
set m=%date:~3,2%
set y=%date:~6,4%
if %d:~0,1%==0 set d=%d:~1%
if %m:~0,1%==0 set m=%m:~1%
set /a feb=y%%4
if %feb%==0 (set feb=29) else (set feb=28)
set /a tok=m-1
if %tok%==0 set tok=12
for /f "tokens=%tok%" %%i in ("31 %feb% 31 30 31 30 31 31 30 31 30 31") do (
:: минус 1 month set /a m-=1
set /a m-=1
if !d!==0 (
set d=%%i
set m=%tok%
if !m!==12 set /a y-=1
)
)
set d=0%d%
set m=0%m%
set lastmonth=%y%-%m:~-2%
echo %lastmonth% > out.txt

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