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rpflynn Absent Member.
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Run STW command from Excel and Determine Success/Error

I have a SilkTest Workbench .Net script that reads commands from an Excel spreadsheet, such as START MY.EXE, OPEN DIALOG XXX, etc.  The silk script will execute each of the commands.  I added a button to the Excel file to run the script using the command line (wsh.Run "cmd.exe /S /C stw -s myscript", windowStyle, waitOnReturn).  I want to be able to determine within the spreadsheet vba code if the silk script was successful or not.  I saw some posts on checking %ERRORLEVEL% but I didn't see that env var after running the stw command.  Any help is appreciated.

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AndySchott Absent Member.
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RE: Run STW command from Excel and Determine Success/Error

The reason that you can't get the value of %ERRORLEVEL% is because it is set within the cmd.exe process, not Excel.

This Stack Overflow question sounds like it's trying to do the same thing: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1439200/vba-shell-and-wait-with-exit-code

Andy

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