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Hey !   Has anyone had any problems using Win32::process ?
Specifically, when I try something like

     Win32::Process::Create
                               ($ProcessObj,
                                "c:\\windows\\command\\start.exe",
                                "start /m perl " . $command,
                                0,
                                NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS,
                                ".")|| die ErrorReport();
         
         $pid = $ProcessObj->GetProcessId() ;

It complains :

Your vendor  has not defined Win32::process macro GetProcessId, used at inv.pl blah blah blah.

To which I can only observe :

Wasssssssssssssssssup ????
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Question by:klestes
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clockwatcher earned 30 total points
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Try this:

$pid = $ProcessObj->GetProcessID();

Instead of this:

$pid = $ProcessObj->GetProcessId();

-- Case-sensitivity.  Got to love it. ;-)
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by:klestes
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Thanks clockwatcher !

Now if only those damn voices would stop saying "you did use the -w flag, didn't you ?"
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