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answered How to map a range of values to a single value in FME
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comment How to queue FME output on the same workspace?
An AttributeCopier transformer before you start reprojecting should do the trick.
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comment Run FME workspace using python
I've updated my answer with an expansion of the previous comment.
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comment Run FME workspace using python
Use the full path to fme.exe using something like 'c:\fme2012\fme.exe c:\test2.fmw'.
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comment Run FME workspace using python
Can you run test2.fmw in Workbench? Is the fme.exe in your path part of the same installed build as Workbench?
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comment Run FME workspace using python
Assuming you can run the test2.fmw workspace in workbench, try deleting the --Source/DestDataset params and simply running 'fme.exe c:\test2.fmw'.
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comment Run FME workspace using python
There should be a log file left over from the fme.exe execution invoked by your end Python. You can override the log location in the test2.fmw sub-workspace if you are having trouble finding it. (Can be done via command line too, but I can't remember how offhand.)
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comment Run FME workspace using python
What error do you get? Is it a Python error or an FME error?