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open and close session from path

open and close session from path

open and close session from path

(OP)
How to open and close session from path of Attacmate....

this is the path where are aved the session:

C:\Program Files\Attachmate\EXTRA! X-treme9\Sessions\

i have in dir .EDP or .EPP type session

in my case i need to open and close via path name the session .EPP type

RE: open and close session from path

2009luca:
This how I figured out how to do this. I opened a session and saved it as a layout. Open up the layout .ELF file with the macro editor and it will reveal how to open up that specific session. To close the session, all you need to do is to iterate all your sessions to find your specific session to close. hope this makes sense.

RE: open and close session from path

(OP)
Hi Remy, i know this way....

but i need to open and close a particular printer session from a VB6 code...

RE: open and close session from path

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open and close a particular printer session from a VB6 code
sorry, I don't know how to do that. did you post this question in the vb6 forum?

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