Based on demand I have updated both the PatchAutomation  and ZeroDayPatch downloads with a few additional features that allow the user to better control which bulletins are handle and how to invoke the tools.
Here are the new feature command line details:
/config=<file path> Reads the file at the provided path and parses each line for com- -mand line options. Here is a sample config file content: /severity=critical /custom-sp=CWoC_GetAllBulletins /vendor=google /dryrun /debug /custom-sp=<sp_name> This option allows the user to specify a custom stored procedure to be called during the execution. The stored procedure may be present on the database (if not the automate will return with no errors) and must contains the following columns that are used and needed: * _resourceguid [Software bulletin guid] * released [Software bulletin release date] * bulletin [Bulletin name] * severity [Bulletin Severity] You can also add a vendor column if you want to filter bulletins by vendor (see option /vendor) /vendor=<vendor string> Configure a vendor filter to only return bulletins that match the vendor string from a custom procedure. This is because the vendor field doesn't exist in default Patch Procedures used by this tool. If /vendor is specified with a custom-sp that doesn't contain the vendor field the setting will be ignored (all bulletins will be returned).
Manage Microsoft critical updates released in 2012:
/custom-sp=cwoc_getallbulletins /vendor=microsoft /severity=critical /released-after=2011-12-31 /released-before=2013-01-01
Manage Google critical updates released in 2012:
/custom-sp=cwoc_getallbulletins /vendor=google /severity=critical /released-after=2011-12-31 /released-before=2013-01-01