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shellexecute problems

shellexecute problems

shellexecute problems

(OP)
Here is my code in VB (does not work).....

Dim StartDoc
hwnd = apiFindWindow("OPUSAPP", "0")
StartDoc = ShellExecute(hwnd, "open", CurDir$ & "\1.bat x.txt y.txt", "", _
CurDir$ & "\", 0)

Here is my direct dos call (which works)....

C:\Documents and Settings\dysa107365\My Documents\Exact Clients\Data Direct Netw
orks\VB Code 20080710>1.bat x.txt y.txt


1.bat is listed below....
@echo off

set BIN_PATH=c:
set SAXON_PATH=C:\Saxon\bin
set HOME_PATH=%BIN_PATH%\..
set TO_PATH=%HOME_PATH%\%~n1

set filename_im=%1
set filename_bom=%2
 

%SAXON_PATH%\transform.exe -s:1.xml -xsl:%SAXON_PATH%\agile_im.xsl -o:%filename_im%

%SAXON_PATH%\transform.exe -s:1.xml -xsl:%SAXON_PATH%\agile_bom.xsl -o:%filename_bom%

goto END
 
:ERROR
echo There were errors.


:END
cd %HOME_PATH%



------------any ideas?


 

RE: shellexecute problems

(OP)
nevermind, I found my issue.  The path name was cut off due to spaces....

anyone know in VB in to send the shortpath name

i.e. c:\documen~1\.....

Probably not the right forum, but thought I'd ask.

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