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how to automate using window's scheduler 9should my program be a console or window application)?

how do i use window's scheduler to run an executable. should my program be a console or window application?
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jgordin
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jgordin
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ToFroCommented:
- Open up Scheduled Tasks under Accessories on the Start Menu.
- Click Add Scheduled Task, and follow the wizard.

The wizard will let you schedule an exe file to be run. Both Console and Windows Application work fine.

If you choose to use a Windows Application, it's probably a good idea to make it close itself when its job is done. A console application will be a little faster.
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ToFroCommented:
You can also find Scheduled Tasks on the control panel
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
it can be both
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
I normally create Windows application that I can use as a normal application (for debugging) using an argument
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cipher007Commented:
Here is a good tutorial of windows task scheduler...
http://www.iopus.com/guides/winscheduler.htm
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kmotawehCommented:
window  application
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jgordinAuthor Commented:
is it possible to create dependencies. that is,

task1 at 10am
task2 when task1 is completed
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ToFroCommented:
It might be possible to create dependencies, but I haven't found a way to do it. You could of course handle the dependencies in your code, or create some sort of launcher application(which would be the task scheduled to run), which launches other applications if the previous was successful.

Anyway, since it was not part of the original question, I suggest you repost a "Windows Task Scheduler and dependencies" question in the Zone corresponding to your Operating System. You will probably get a better answer from the experts in that area.
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