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I have a simple application which executes a number of batch files, each batch file containing applications required for reload.
For example, the script contains,
EXECUTE "C:\Schedule\CI_Qlikview_Batch.cmd";EXECUTE "C:\Schedule\PT_Qlikview_Batch.cmd";EXECUTE "C:\Schedule\CR_Qlikview_Batch.cmd";
The .cmd files script contains,
"C:\Program Files (x86)\QlikView\Qv.exe" /r "C:\Reloads\LoadBudgets.qvw""C:\Program Files (x86)\QlikView\Qv.exe" /r "C:\Reloads\LoadCreditors.qvw"
The problem I am having is that running the .cmd files leaves a Qv.exe * 32 open after the task has finished. As a result this affects the following tasks.
Does anyone have a better process for performing the same task? VB Script? Kill commands?
for me this works, but only if "Close if finished" is activated. Maybe give that a try.
This also corresponds to the setting "Keep Progress Open after Reload" in the user-settings displayed in the image below.
I should add that this is being executed through the server, not the client.
Matt Sweeney wrote:I should add that this is being executed through the server, not the client. <div></div>
But you are calling the qv.exe, which is the exe for the client application!Or what do you mean when writing "executed through the server"?