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krokkie

Need to add a delay between functions

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We've been using the attached script to do our database purging, but we run into problem between databases, when the one is not yet closed before the new one is opened.

I would like to put a delay of around 10 seconds between when the one section finishes and before the next one starts.

DMPurgeDisabledRecords.au3

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Sleep(10000)

Cheers for that, but where in the script do I add that?

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krokkie,

Assuming that the problem sometimes occurs after a PurgeDisabled call, I would add the Sleep(10000) as the final line in that function. :)

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Cheers, I will try that

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