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How do I run an API command with LotusScript

How do I run an API command with LotusScript

How do I run an API command with LotusScript

I'm trying to call the CreateProcess API in an
agent with LotusScript. The command does not
execute. I mirrored the command from some sample code of a VB help file. I think the problem is that VB's constant vbNullString is not handled the same as LotusScript's empty string "". The exact command I'm using is:

sinfo.cb = Len(sinfo)
res = CreateProcess("c:\setup", "", 0, 0, True, 7, ByVal 0&, "", sinfo, pinfo)

sinfo and pinfo are defined as STARTUPINFO and PROCESS_INFORMATION respectfully.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated...

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