Mar 122009
 

I wanted a way to not show the MS-DOS prompt while I was working and the Event Log Emailer was running.  So I found two methods to have the Event Log Emailer or any MS-DOS prompt not show up while a batch is executing.

Shortcut Method:  To have an MS-DOS Batch file run in a minimized window Create a shortcut to the Batch file. Right-click the shortcut and click properties. In the properties dialogue, symptoms choose run “Minimized” in the pull-down box. Run the Batch file from the shortcut.

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VB Script Method:  To have an MS-DOS Batch file run in a hidden window with no MS-DOS prompt nor any corresponding Taskbar button, pill begin your batch with @ECHO OFF and end with CLS and/or EXIT, for sale or the process may stall invisibly.

If my batch was called C:BizTalkEvent Log EmailerTEST.bat , create the following .VBS file:

CreateObject(“Wscript.Shell”).Run “””C:\BizTalk\Event Log Emailer\TEST.bat”””,0

Notice the extra pair of quotes around the path/filename and escape “\” to ensure the vb script can find the file even with the spaces in the path/filename.

This method requires Windows Script Host to be installed. Double-click or execute the .VBS file. For example, with the START command: start MyFile.VBS to run the Batch file invisibly.

  • RandiR

    I use biterscripting ( http://www.biterscripting.com ) on windows for command support. It works in interactive and batch mode. If you run it in batch mode, it shows no user interface whatsoever. You can try it.

    Randi

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