Terminate batch job (Y/N)?


R

R.Wieser

Hello all,

Sometimes when I terminate a console program (which is user interaction
based, and can therefor run for quite a while) I get a "Terminate batch job
(Y/N)?" message.

Is there a way/setting to suppress it ?

Regards,
Rudy Wieser
 
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B

BillW50

In R.Wieser typed:
Hello all,

Sometimes when I terminate a console program (which is user
interaction based, and can therefor run for quite a while) I get a
"Terminate batch job (Y/N)?" message.

Is there a way/setting to suppress it ?

Regards,
Rudy Wieser
script.cmd < Nul
 
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R

R.Wieser

Hello BillW50,
script.cmd < Nul
Although that is a possibility it needs me to enter that "< Nul" part on the
commandline every time. It also most likely would interfere with other
input-needing programs and/or commands in the batchfile.

I was hoping for either a command in the batchfile itself that could
temporary disable the timeout (only when running the before-mentioned
user-interaction program), or maybe a registry setting.

Regards,
Rudy Wieser


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