rayane888

Msgbox Display When proccess is killed

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Hello all autoit member i search i code that display MsgBox when the my script  proccess is killed .. i mean my exe display msgbox or informe me that is killed by a user  ... (detection like onautoitexitregister but  Killproccess ) ......please don't tell me that not existe lol thx all

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@rayane888 you would have to run two scripts: your main script and then a second that watches for that process to terminate.


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@JLogan3o13 You mean Vbs Script with My exe . idea to when the exe killed the Vbs  Run the Exe  .......in case the vbs is killed  my exe run vbs ....but there more security for my exe becose some time the 2 script killed in the same time .. ??

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Since you're posting in an AutoIt forum (and not the VBScript subforum) I meant you would use two AutoIt scripts, no vbscript. You compile one to do the work you want it to do (e.g. ScriptWork.exe). You then compile another script (e.g. ScriptWatch.exe) to send up a MsgBox if the first closes. Something like this:

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>

If ProcessExists("WorkScript.exe") Then _watchMe()

Func _watchMe()
    While 1
        If ProcessClose("WorkScript.exe") Then MsgBox($MB_OK, "WorkScript", "Hey, you closed me")
    WEnd
EndFunc

 


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Even easier

While 1
    RunWait("WorkScript.exe")
WEnd

This way, you start the program from the first one, when it gets closed it immediately restarts it.

You can use FileInstall to "package" your WorkScript.exe inside the watcher script's exe file.

Edited by BrewManNH
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