What if my automation tool does not provide any results through command line?

Monday, June 24, 2013
I am using Remote Launch (Command line plugin) to integrate Testing Anywhere (Test automation software) and SpiraTest. I can run the automated script from the command line. The results of the tests are not returned to command line. I just want to trigger the automation test from Spira Test without getting the results. Can I do that with Command Line plugin? If Yes can you please tell the way how it is to be done? 

I run the the automation script from command line as follows:
"C:\Program Files\Testing Anywhere 8.1\Client\TAPlayer.exe" "/fE:\User Name\My Documents\Testing Anywhere Files\Testing Anywhere\My Projects\Test.tamx/e"

Test.tamx is the test script

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Monday, June 24, 2013
re: aniketk39 Monday, June 24, 2013

There is an open in the Command-Line plugin's settings page to not send results back to SpiraTest.



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