User Stephanie (ssylve1445@mindspring.com) posted:

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I have edited my wr_gen file so that the variable server_path is set w=
hen I open WinRunner. This works fine if I start WinRunner manually however=
, when I start WinRunner from the command prompt it does not set the value =
of this variable. How do I start WinRunner from a command prompt so that th=
e value is set? Also, WinRunner is not finding the search path for the scri=
pts eventhough they are set in the General options. So my call script that =
contains the following line is getting an error message can not find script=
in search path. The line is call_close "\\general\\gn_logon"(); This line =
works fine if WinRunner is loaded manually. WinRunner 6.2 PowerBuilder add-=
in WinNt 4.0 service pack 6=20
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Stephanie
NetJuice Consulting

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I have edited my wr_gen file so that the variable server_path is set
when I open WinRunner. This works fine if I start WinRunner manually
however, when I start WinRunner from the command prompt it does not set
the value of this variable. How do I start WinRunner from a command prompt
so that the value is set? Also, WinRunner is not finding the search path
for the scripts eventhough they are set in the General options. So my call
script that contains the following line is getting an error message can
not find script in search path. The line is call_close
"\\general\\gn_logon"(); This line works fine if WinRunner is loaded
manually. WinRunner 6.2 PowerBuilder add-in WinNt 4.0 service pack 6
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