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victoria
2009-04-22T20:44:45Z
Hi all!

I am trying to use an Execute Script task, but it seems that, if my vbs file is in a folder with spaces in the name, the file is not found. Is this a limitation of Visualcron or am I doing something wrong? I have to host my file in an existing folder structure, and some of the folder have spaces in their names.
Thanks!
Support
2009-04-22T20:45:46Z
Try using double quotes around the path like:

"c:\folder one\file.vbs"
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victoria
2009-04-29T16:04:20Z
That did it! Thanks! You may want to have that built into the tool. It is not obvious since I am selecting from a window box.
😁 Thanks again!
Support
2009-04-29T17:23:25Z
You are right, we will probably add that.

victoria wrote:

That did it! Thanks! You may want to have that built into the tool. It is not obvious since I am selecting from a window box.
😁 Thanks again!



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Jonathanv
2011-05-30T15:09:19Z
Hello,
I'm using the version 5.7.4.
My path have some space. d:\scheduled tasks\schedule 1\script.vbs

With double quote, I received this : Exception in Task: Script file not found.
Without double quote: Input Error: There is no file extension in "D:\Scheduled".

Have you some idea?

Thanks for your help

Jonathan
Support
2011-05-30T15:12:55Z
Jonathanv wrote:

Hello,
I'm using the version 5.7.4.
My path have some space. d:\scheduled tasks\schedule 1\script.vbs

With double quote, I received this : Exception in Task: Script file not found.
Without double quote: Input Error: There is no file extension in "D:\Scheduled".

Have you some idea?

Thanks for your help

Jonathan



I assume d:\ is a local drive?
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Jonathanv
2011-06-01T16:50:50Z
indeed it's a local drive.
rgds
Support
2011-06-01T18:08:38Z
Jonathanv wrote:

indeed it's a local drive.
rgds



Sounds strange, could you provide a screen shot of the path. It is probably double spaces somewhere.
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Jonathanv
2011-06-06T11:37:10Z
See attached. I used the browse button to be sure, I added the quotes after.

File path: "D:\Scheduled Tasks\msl.vbs"
Jonathanv attached the following image(s):
Support
2011-06-07T13:00:04Z
I assume you are using some parameters to your script (which is not shown in the images)?
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Jonathanv
2011-06-07T15:46:33Z
standard options:
No parameters.

I tested with UNC path "\\isoapp100\D$\Scheduled Tasks\msl.vbs"
and LOCAL path "D:\Scheduled Tasks\msl.vbs"
Jonathanv attached the following image(s):
Support
2011-06-08T10:45:39Z
Please test this attached version.
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Jonathanv
2011-06-08T15:01:30Z
I installed this version (5.7.5.3) on a test server. It's fully working...
Is it the final build?

Thanks for your help.

Jonathan
Support
2011-06-08T15:03:05Z
Jonathanv wrote:

I installed this version (5.7.5.3) on a test server. It's fully working...
Is it the final build?

Thanks for your help.

Jonathan



It is not the final build but that should not be a problem. We hope to release this soon when we have finished off a bigger feature.
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Jonathanv
2011-06-15T13:22:54Z
Henrik,
I tried the final 5.7.5 (published on your web). It's not more functioning. Is it plan for 5.7.6?
Thanks

Jonathan
Support
2011-06-15T20:56:43Z
The change is implemented in 5.7.6
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