The error message part of your post isn't visible.
However, do you intend only to match on today's file (or some date specific file)? In that case you could run your FW via the ctmfw utility (as a command line job) and use a date variable - ctmfw "\FI.INB..%%$ODATE.*.txt" CREATE 0 60 10 5 1440
Note that variables cannot be used directly in AFT/MFT jobs (you need to set them manually in the variables area). You might also consider using a rules file, see this thread -
Updated the log output image now.
I know only to run FW using GUI options. How to run it as a command line job?
Something seems wrong.
The GUI FW builds the ctmfw command line for you. It sounds like you're using the GUI FW form to define your job.
The first line in the output (+ctmfw ...) is the command line syntax of ctmfw that was created by the values you entered in the GUI. The error seems to be a syntax error of ctmfw. So the values you're entering might have some special characters that are causing this issue.
Can you share a screenshot of the GUI showing the FW values you enter. (the exact ones that generated the output you attached to this thread)
I was thinking about this a bit more, maybe the wild card is confusing things.
Try to put "" around the path/file.
PATH = "/mypath/folder1/file1*.txt"
Hope this helps.