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Auto-Exit of a bat file (no prompt)

Discussion in 'TCC/LE Support' started by ThomasH, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. ThomasH

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    Hi:

    I know that there is an option to be placed in the *.ini file, however, somehow I fail to find it in help file, in FAQ's...

    It hides itself well... Somehow I do not hit the proper search name to find it, does someone of you know how to suppress the "Cancel batch job" prompt?

    Thanks,
    Thomas
     
  2. Charles Dye

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    The directive is AutoCancel. You don't have to edit the .INI file, though; you can configure it in the OPTION dialog, on the Startup pane. Look for "Cancel Batch File on Ctrl-C", near the bottom on the right-hand side.
     
  3. holla

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    I dont know of any setting ....
    But there is break off and "on break" commands.
    On break can be used within a batch file to handle how breaks have to be dealt with.
    Break off: if you put this in tcstart.btm, then your tccle batch commands can not be interrupted using control-breaks.

    May be you are looking for "Interrupting a Batch File" in the help file?

    -holla.
     

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