I would be thankful if anyone can help me. Close ; } } } } How to check the state of connected over here? With this the process will also be live and the stringBuffer will also be filled continously, right! It needs the command shell to run. Kill to kill any process not only. Need to solve this early have already spend 2-3 days trying to solve the problem. As soon as there are some files in the folder which are the batch files I write out with my. That helped to display data directly to console. Thanks, Jorge I changed the design of my code again.
There are also good programs such as the! You have to run these in the terminal window. If you want to do the same from command line. Then when the user asks for disconnecting want to execute another command to disconnect the running application. Please correct me If i got to improve something here. Till then the command prompt is active and in running mode. All the above utilities are free; are regularly recommended here; and the download sites are clean and safe thus far.
Can anyone point out where am I going wrong and how to solve the problem and work out with it. Is this an application you have written? So I am not using socked programming now. The command should start the process with After Effects application, which runs the script file provided in 'path2'. If start is used to execute a batch file, the opened cmd instance wont close. Bob I actually tested it just forgot all about it , and I can get it to go to successfully execute the step by running cmd. Others seem to suggest if may be a nasty, a virus of some sort. You could also try redirecting the batch file output to see if any information is printed out.
It should close it right? Microsoft Student Parnter Microsoft Technology Associate. However as RoboRubik pointed out changing permissions might lead to security breaches :S. You can always use System. I tested it, works in all cases, because this is a very low-level even simulation, almost like coming out of hardware. I think you should debug your code to see what happened.
The process is not finished by whatever reason depends on Command , and Timeout is not implemented. So far, creating a process does not look like a healthy idea to me, so far. But it doesn't return, its still waiting only. Based on the fact the Timbo87's solution also did not work for you, my suspicion is that the value of 'path2' is not what you expect. You can also do a whole lot more of course, like run as a different user, insert delays or handle errors, that are hard to do with batch.
If you are using the command line to kill a process, you can use the command line to find the process info also. What can be the best solution or am I misunderstanding anything here? I'm sure you are familiar with the traditional way to kill or end a process in Windows using Task Manager. Then you can give it a custom icon, and make it do whatever you like. This way it will not come back automatically. This means that the window will remain after the command has been run. Well in DateTime can get the milisecond but of the current time and not timer wise. Successfully complete the action Force to log off with the exit win32 code 0.
You explain what is in Command, but why? I'm really interesting to know that how can I run a command line through this option in task sequence! Since it makes an executable you can link this from a shortcut directly. However, this might not be a valid solution, because your process does important post-mortal actions on Ctrl+C as I understand, you don't have access to source code, otherwise embedding of the code in your assembly would not be a problem. I started by giving permissions rwx to the file I was executing, then worked my way back. But my problem is that how can I run a command line through this option in Task Sequence, not just log off. And for the state of connected? There are some ways you can find this info.
It works but i would like t o cancel operation. To kill Word from the command line just type the following command: tskill winword That will kill Word and you will lose any unsaved data, so you have to be careful using it. Kill a process forcibly In some cases, we need to forcibly kill applications. Data ; } Thanks for your quick resposne. The command prompt remains open on the screen, so I want to close it. Messag e ; } Hey Richard, It doesnt show me any error using either yours or Timbo's method.
Kill ; } Hi Monster, Thanks for your feedback. I also want to check a line form the console text. Idleness is for Internet Explorer, because this still love hangs. I have a batch file which moves a few files and starts a program and for some reason, after the batch file goes through all the commands in it, it doesn't close. So I guess without closing it I should be able to retrieve the output text and on comaparing, should return if I find the appropriate text. Just type in the name and all processes will be killed associated with that name. Count ; And see if that returns a value greater than 0.
My command is : openvpn --config client. But I want to return my function once I have connected or receive any such error message from the openvpn. I guess last query reg the topic : Am not ablt to stop the thread. I have written code that works but am not as expected. Thanks, Bob I run many command lines not he shutdown.