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In TCL i need call VBScript and based on VBScipt need to proceed TCLScript or exitthe TCL Script.

In TCL i need call VBScript and based on VBScipt need to proceed TCLScript or exitthe TCL Script.

In TCL i need call VBScript and based on VBScipt need to proceed TCLScript or exitthe TCL Script.

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Hello All,

I am new to TCL Scripting i have an existing tcl script in that i need to invoke/call VBScript file based on the return value of the VBSCript TCL script should terminate or proceed.
Kindly help me in achieving.

Sample code :

tk_messageBox -message "This is starting"

set res [exec cmd.exe /c start G:/TestSample.VBS]

tk_messageBox -message "This is starting 2"

Thanks & Regards,
Sampath

RE: In TCL i need call VBScript and based on VBScipt need to proceed TCLScript or exitthe TCL Script.

You will never get the vbscript result if you launch it as a separate process. You need to launch it as part of the current process.

If you are executing vbscript, it should be cscript.exe not cmd.exe.

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