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Using cron option with Comwin

Using cron option with Comwin

Using cron option with Comwin

(OP)
I execute a macro (.CMD) on a daily basis using cron. I have not been able to close the macro window, resulting in a whole bunch of open sessions on the desktop. This means I have to manually close the sessions every day. I have ended the macro with LOGOFF and ENDE.
Any suggestion how to overcome the problem.

RE: Using cron option with Comwin

Hi this occurs why the ComWin executes sessions, therefore each command that you to ask for for it I AMO CRON will be understood session.You will have that daily to close manually the sessions.
Thank´s
Josue

RE: Using cron option with Comwin

Why you don´t run the macro directly on the PBX? There you call also start morer then one AMO by using a command-file. You crate the file and transfer it to the PBX (I think the best ist the :PAS: for that). Then you enter in the AMO CRON not a command-line. For that you take the file-name.
After the last command line of youre file you need a CR. In other case the last line will not executet.

Bye
Niels

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