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Use a windows API call to use the ShellExecute() method to execute your commandline as such ;
[ ] // Call the function from the windows API and set the prototype [ ][-] dll "Shell32.dll" [ ] //ANSI [ ] ansicall int ShellExecuteA(int hwnd, String lpOperation, String lpFile, string lpParameters,String lpDirectory, int nShowCmd) [ ] [ ] //WIDE [ ] int ShellExecuteW(int hwnd, String lpOperation, String lpFile, string lpParameters,String lpDirectory, int nShowCmd) [ ] [ ] [-] testcase ShellExe() appstate none [ ] [ ] // Sets iHandle = to the window handle for the desktop [ ] int iHandle = Desktop.GetHandle() [ ] // The operation that is to be carried out. Open will execute the file with the associated action or application [ ] string lpOperation = "open" [ ] // The file on which this operation will be carried out [ ] string lpFile = "javaexamp" [ ] // Any additional parameters to the commandline [ ] string lpParameters = " " [ ] // The working directory in which this will be run [ ] string lpDirectory = "c:\" [ ] // a flag that determines how the command will be shown [ ] int iShowCmd = 5 [ ] [ ] [ ] ShellExecuteA (iHandle,lpOperation,lpFile,lpParameters,lpDirectory,iShowCmd) [ ] [ ]
The downside to this is that it will not return the output from command line.