schedule tasks codes


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Dear,
The day before yesterday,I read the artice about schedule tasks in
WinXP. I found there was a field of "Last Result" in this program. and the
result was "0x0" under the field. So I searched some information about "Last
Result" in MS web, and Now I copy the part of description to below from MS
web.

"The Last Result column displays a completion code. You can obtain a
full
explanation of all Windows completion codes from MSDN, but the common codes
for scheduled tasks are:

0x0: The operation completed successfully.

0x1: An incorrect function was called or an unknown function was
called.

0xa: The environment is incorrect.

If the result code has the "C0000XXX" format, the task did not
complete successfully (the "C" indicates an error condition). The most common
"C" error code is "0xC000013A: The application terminated as a result of a
CTRL+C."

For the sentence "a full explanation of all windows completion
codes from MSDN", I always couldn't find out the related MSDN. Do you know
them ?thanks.
 
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Marty List

taylor.li said:
Dear,
The day before yesterday,I read the artice about schedule tasks in
WinXP. I found there was a field of "Last Result" in this program. and the
result was "0x0" under the field. So I searched some information about "Last
Result" in MS web, and Now I copy the part of description to below from MS
web.

"The Last Result column displays a completion code. You can obtain a
full
explanation of all Windows completion codes from MSDN, but the common codes
for scheduled tasks are:

0x0: The operation completed successfully.

0x1: An incorrect function was called or an unknown function was
called.

0xa: The environment is incorrect.

If the result code has the "C0000XXX" format, the task did not
complete successfully (the "C" indicates an error condition). The most common
"C" error code is "0xC000013A: The application terminated as a result of a
CTRL+C."

For the sentence "a full explanation of all windows completion
codes from MSDN", I always couldn't find out the related MSDN. Do you know
them ?thanks.


The easiest way is the "net helpmsg" command, like this:


C:\>Net.exe HelpMsg 2

The system cannot find the file specified.


C\>Net.exe HelpMsg 3

The system cannot find the path specified.
 

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