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Stunt

Hi Guys,

I am trying to run a command line app UbeCommander and output its display to a log file. My problem is to tdo that I have to use double quotes to get it to run, however when doing that though autoit I get syntax errors. Can anyone help?

$PID = Run("C:\AutoDeploy\UBECommander.exe "autodep R9621 WAP0001" >> c:\autodeploy\autolog.txt")

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cdkid

use this

$PID = Run('C:\AutoDeploy\UBECommander.exe "autodep R9621 WAP0001" >> c:\autodeploy\autolog.txt')

Autoit supports single & double quotes, next time check out the helpfile :)

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Jos

Try :

$PID = Run(@ComSpec & ' /c C:\AutoDeploy\UBECommander.exe "autodep R9621 WAP0001" >> c:\autodeploy\autolog.txt')

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Stunt

Try :

$PID = Run(@ComSpec & ' /c C:\AutoDeploy\UBECommander.exe "autodep R9621 WAP0001" >> c:\autodeploy\autolog.txt')
Thank you the above works like a charm :)

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