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Batch File for Analog
madcat

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Msg#: 238 posted 7:40 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

Still having problems pulling my logs from the server...

I've found this link which I thought could help, HOW-TO
Automate Analog with Batch Files and
Windows® 2000 Task Scheduler :

[analog.sk...]

--> Would this be too much different from what's happening with Windows XP?

Thanks

 

JamesR

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Msg#: 238 posted 7:59 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the link, that is an interesting concept.

txbakers

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Msg#: 238 posted 8:21 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

I run analog from a Windows Automated Task in W2000 without difficulty.

I just call the exe directly, without using a batch file, though a batch file would work too I suppose.

madcat

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Msg#: 238 posted 9:24 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

Windows Automated Task in W2000

Windows XP has the same function? Something similar perhaps...

I'll do a search :O)

sun818

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Msg#: 238 posted 9:43 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

The benefit of the batch file is its versatility:
  • You edit the batch file, not the Task Scheduler entry
  • Batch file can be run manually many times to test. Not so easy in Task Scheduler
  • You can include other executables or batch files
  • hakre

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    Msg#: 238 posted 4:38 am on Jan 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

    like (win98) winXP has a task schedule, too.

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