I have an OE 10.2B app that dynamically creates Windows tasks with the following properties;
Add arguments (optional);
-basekey ini -ininame Tasks.ini -pf runTasks.p -p RunTasks.r -param '1'
Start in (optional);
The issue I'm having is with the escaping of the Add arguments which is preventing my Task from running. I've spent some time looking on the net at various ways of escaping this line but to no avail. Some people say use /c or double quotes or quote each set of items in the string but to no avail.
I could run a batch file I suppose from the Windows Task scheduler (which works) and pass the param argument to that if needed?
BTW, I'm using prowin32.exe as there are .NET components in my app!
I think it should work if you add the whole thing to the Program/Script bit and enclose in double quotes, so in your example
"C:\OE102B\bin\prowin32.exe -basekey ini -ininame Tasks.ini -pf runTasks.p -p RunTasks.r -param '1'"
That's certainly how I've achieved similar in the past.
Cheers James. Tried this but Windows asks me what I want to run the .exe when the task runs!?
In which case, put the whole lot in the Program/Script section of a scheduled task manually, without the double quotes though, and hit ok. IIRC Windows asks you if you want to put the rest of the stuff in parameters. Select no. Then reopen the task and see how it's formatted now.
I'll try that.