Command-line does work when scheduled
jscrerar at compuserve.com
Sun Sep 30 03:04:06 CEST 2007
On Sep 29, 6:56 pm, "Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-... at yahoo.com.ar>
> En Sat, 29 Sep 2007 19:17:49 -0300, Jim <jscre... at compuserve.com> escribi?:
> > On Sep 29, 3:19 pm, "Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-... at yahoo.com.ar>
> > wrote:
> >> En Sat, 29 Sep 2007 17:34:34 -0300, Jim <jscre... at compuserve.com>
> >> escribi?:
> >> > I want to schedule a Python program that reads the command line for
> >> > input. However, when adding an argument to the command line Python
> >> > will not pick it up when using Windows scheduled tasks.
> >> > How do I get it to work?
> >> Do you write the command line when defining the task? Using double
> >> quotes
> >> around arguments with spaces?
> >> It works fine for me.
> > I ran the following on the Scheduled Tasks:
> > "J:\Jim Crerar\MyPython\Zero_OE_Counter\Zero_OE_Counter.py" n
> > "J:\Jim Crerar\MyPython\Zero_OE_Counter\Zero_OE_Counter.py n"
> > "J:\Jim Crerar\MyPython\Zero_OE_Counter\Zero_OE_Counter.py" "n"
> > None of them work.
> > However, no problem with running from *.bat file or directly from
> > shortcut on my Desktop.
> Try prepending the Python executable:
> C:\Python25\Python.exe "J:\Jim
> Crerar\MyPython\Zero_OE_Counter\Zero_OE_Counter.py" n
> If it works this way, maybe the .py file extension is not correctly
> Gabriel Genellina- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
Yes, it works this way.
How do I register the .py extension correctly?
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