Is there anyway of making DOS calls without having that anoying window popup?
I changed the PIF of FOXDOS so the window disappears after the command is
executed, but it still comes up for a second or two.
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>>Subject: Re: Accessing DOS without the Window?
>>Date: 5 Oct 1994 13:32:55 GMT
>>> Is there anyway of making DOS calls without having that anoying window popup?
>>> I changed the PIF of FOXDOS so the window disappears after the command is
>>> executed, but it still comes up for a second or two.
>>RUN /N7 COMMAND.COM
>I tried that and it seems to work, except that it leaves an MS-DOS icon on the
>desktop, with a DOS shell still open. Looks great in the application, but
>when you are done it's kinda messy.
RUN /N7 COMMAND.COM /c myprog.bat
Once myprog.bat is done running, the command.com should terminate. I don't
have the Windows version of FoxPro but I have used the /c switch before
and I think it will do what you need it to.
Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5/SWR 9795 ESD 2/P/NT (IX86)/OS
4.0/rel125/1687/32-bit/OPT/Sat Sep 22 22:37:20 2001
as a part of intershop installation
on my machine W32XP with up to date service packs
The problem ist that the service control svchost runs 20%..40%..60%..
of CPU and can only stopping to grow by stopping and/or restart the
The server was starting with the following parameters
C:\Intershop\Sybase\ASE-12_5\bin\sqlsrvr.exe -sISSERVER -C
The most mysterious is that no db process is running and no
connetcions to the database still exists during this very slow down of
Do somebody have an idea how I can solve this problem, or how I can
find the reason what the sybase service need to calculate....?
Thank's very much
PS: it is defently the sybase service how busy the svchost, no other
processes, I am sure because I tested it at last in this case:
I stopped all possible services and the svchost runs with 73% only
after stopping the sybase service it wents to 0% CPU, please help