Hello and welcome jeremytech.
As I see it, you've got two possible options.
The first is the easiest, but will necessitate modifying the model ever so slightly.
You'll need to first create a runtime parameter calculated field, and then modify your filter so as to link the filter field to the runtime parameter, such as:
Now you can add a /set:RuntimeStatus="Rejected" to your command line in your batch file, and then duplicate the line in the batch file, changing Rejected to Accepted.
Of course, this means that you'll be launching multiple Monarch sessions to handle each filter value.
To alleviate that, if necessary, depending on your time requirements for running the extract and the size of your datasource, the next option would require a fair bit more effort up front, but would be more efficient in the end.
This would involve [URL="http://********************/tips/monarch-programming-class"]writing some program code[/URL] in [URL="http://********************/xlreport/learn-to-program-excel-to-become-a-better-monarch-modeler"]Excel VBA[/URL] for instance to open the datasource, apply the model, and then set a filter and export, set a different filter and export, set a different filter and export, etc.
It would work very nicely, as you would only run Monarch and open the datasource once, but there might be a learning curve for you depending upon your experience.
If you could run your table export as a summary, including all the field you need, you could dupolicate the summary definition, change the filter to a different filter for each summary and then run a Project Export with /pxall.
If suitable this would work well for a set of fixed filters. Less good if the filter are variable.
And of coourse it may be that exporting your table structure via a summary is not viable.
Wouldn't this be a perfect place to use one model and multiple project exports? Each export can have a different filter applied (and sort if desired). You can process multiple exports from one model file using the project/export criteria for the batch file.
I use this when I process the month-end reports for different slices for our aged trial balance.