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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by sportsaholic, Apr 18, 2008.

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  1. sportsaholic

    sportsaholic Banned Thread Starter

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    Is there some sort of free script that can tell a program/application what to do? Like start, run, scan or what ever it is suppose to do? Maybe someone might have such a script/thing that they have created? If someone does and wouldn't mind sharing I would greatly appreciate it.
     
  2. Squashman

    Squashman Trusted Advisor

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    Would help us out alot if you could give us a specific example.
     
  3. sportsaholic

    sportsaholic Banned Thread Starter

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    Trying to get a job to run on its own without any user assistance. I can use a scheduler to start it but not actually "run" by itself.

    Basically, I use a scheduler to start the program but I am looking for something that will highlite the specific job and then click on the run option which is a tab on the bottom of the window of the application. If you could help me out with that I would be greatly appreciative of it.

    thanks

    And Please I want only positive feedback.
     
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