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Sys_Execute combined with multihreading does not really work
1. We wanted to try and spawn different command line processes for some perl scripts off the same machine but figured out that even if Sys_Execute is in a spawn/parallel statement that control for Sys_Execute isn't released until the Sys_Execute process is finished. Is there anyway around this limitiation?
2. As a workaround I wanted to try and just launch several dos windows in a row and fire the commands from there off the same machine, but ran into the problem of SilkTest not being able to handle more than one MSDOS window at a time, played some with tags and indexes on tags but to no avail.
Anyone run into anything similar or have had similar experiences/solutions?