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Passing Variables in Command Line

Created: 20 Dec 2012 • Updated: 20 Dec 2012 | 1 comment

Hi All,

I need to uninstall UNWISE.EXE through AnthillPro. I am unable to do it as i am not passing variable correctly into command line for Execution in AnthillPro. Can anyone help me on this? I need to know how to pass variable in command line. Please show with an example.

This is what i am doing now which is not working for me:

@%ROOTDIR% & "\UNWISE.EXE /a INSTALL.LOG", @%ROOTDIR% & "\INSTALL.LOG"

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EdT's picture

I have never heard of AntHillPro.

Try the following manually from a command prompt:

<full path>\unwise.exe <full path>\install.log /s

If that works, then your parameters are:

Executable: <full path>\unwise.exe

Argument: <full path>\install.log /s

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