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I wasn't sure where to post this question, as I don't see a forum for it.  I have some Cold Fusion Code, that sends reminder emails out to people.  I have a link on a web page that I click in order to run this code.  I wanted to set up windows scheduler to run this particular page for me, and I believe I need to set up a .bat file that will call this code.  can anyone tell me how I would go about setting up this .bat file?  Any help would be appreciated

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Nick
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You can setup a scheduled task in the CF Administrator to run a page on a schedule...
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another method would be something like what is discussed here:

http://tutorial475.easycfm.com/
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Thanks trail.  So if I was set it up  in CF admin, it would actual run the code on the page?

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Yep, just like you were clicking your link... only it'd be done in the background and you wouldn't have to open anything to click on to run the template...
Glad I could help!
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The scheduled task is also handy for running an indexing template for verity to keep your collections up-to-date, fyi
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Thanks for the info

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