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    Default task schduler

    How to automatically execute a file through a windows task scheduler....?

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    transformations via pan, jobs via kitchen... the scripts are in the same directory as the spoon script.

    And for the moment 3.0.0-RC1 you have to be in the kettle directory when you start pan or kitchen.

    Regards,
    Sven

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    Default task scheduler

    Can you explain me this in detail OR can you tell me the process..?

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    First you run pan/kitchen yourself manually on the command line. There are some options you have to fill in depending on whether you're using a repository or not, ... both pan and kitchen have manuals under docs/English.

    If you're ok with the command line you schedule it with at.

    Regards,
    Sven

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    Default task scheduler

    ok...

    but what can I do when I want to run trans/job from window task scheduler rather than going to command line. Is there any possibilty for this.

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    Same thing... in Windows task scheduler in a new task put the kitchen/pan command line in the Run box (using absolute paths) and use as "Start in" the Kettle directory.

    For the rest the options are yours to chose.

    Regards,
    Sven

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    Run box....??? what is this.......?


    Can you tell me the complete procees for it..

    I am doing it from last two days .

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    lol ... if you open up a task in task scheduler on windows XP on the first tab which is called "Task" you have a text box called Run. And a text box called "Start in" ... put the pan or kitchen command line in the Run text box, the kettle home directory in the "start in" box.

    Regards,
    Sven

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