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    SYS_Execute works on all machines, but one??

    I have been using the SYS_Execute command since we started using Silktest and have not had any issues until recently. For some reason the results are not being passed back to silk. The process runs fine if it's run manually, or if it's run on the majority of our test machines. We recently re-imaged a machine and this is the machine that SYS_Execute is not working on. Has anyone heard of this? Any thoughts?

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    Re: SYS_Execute works on all machines, but one??

    What kind of error are you getting and what kind of command are you passing?

    [This message has been edited by Tom VonderBrink (edited 01-08-2001).]

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    Re: SYS_Execute works on all machines, but one??

    The command that I'm using is:

    SYS_Execute(sCommand,lsResultSet)

    where sCommand = sPathName
    -This is simply the command line information needed to execute the tool. It includes a batch file.

    The error that I receive is due to the fact that lsResultSet is empty. It's not a "Silk" error. I can't continue the function without that information.

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    Re: SYS_Execute works on all machines, but one??

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jpastorella:
    We recently re-imaged a machine and this is the machine that SYS_Execute is not working on. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Which of your operating system(s) does it work on ?

    Which of your operating system(s) does it NOT work on ?

    SYS_Execute() on Windows-9X is notoriously unreliable. See the other recent threads on this topic for more detail.

    [This message has been edited by cradley (edited 01-10-2001).]
    Quality Control Analyst at Syntel Inc
    Project Test Lead for client Daimler Trucks - North America.
    Interested in testing dot net web services and SOA systems.
    Charles F. Radley
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