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Sendng commands to IS3000, schedulled...

Sendng commands to IS3000, schedulled...

Sendng commands to IS3000, schedulled...

I need a progran vhich can send a command string to a IS3000 via v24 on a given time and date and follow a schedule.
Does anyone know about this, is does not have to be freeware..., but I do not want to buy a MM@net appl.

Regrads Jan

RE: Sendng commands to IS3000, schedulled...

you don't need extra software just simple via a batchjob.


RE: Sendng commands to IS3000, schedulled...

Hi kutje.
Thanks for Your answer, but the problem is that if it stops, it does not start it self again. And I need to run a job everyday weekday in th emorning and in the evening and no jobs in th eweekend, and a job on every hollyday.
I think that I will get too many scriptfiles to keep track, but maybe it could work out.

Regards Jan

RE: Sendng commands to IS3000, schedulled...

Hi Jan.

You can reschedule your job for the next day by putting the command in your batchjob. (subjob)
For date fill in +1 for the next day.

For the weekend make another job that executes just after the one in the morning ( same job jou use for the evening )

This way you have a nice working day schedule.

For the holidays it is maybe a bit much work.


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