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how to capture .cmd file in LR 9.10

Hi experts


I am recording a one client based application
When user clicks on the batch file(batch.cmd), it will execute a process which sends messages to the server and application launches.

i record the application with com/dcom protocol the application not recording..pls find the attached screenshots that commnad window giving

Thanks
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Re: how to capture .cmd file in LR 9.10

There is "system" function that can be used to run your batch file.

Check function reference.
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Re: how to capture .cmd file in LR 9.10

can u guide how to capture using system function
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Re: how to capture .cmd file in LR 9.10

Hi experts,

pls suggest

Thanks
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Re: how to capture .cmd file in LR 9.10

Try implementing as follows:
system("C:\\batch.cmd");
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