Windows Task Scheduler and dependencies and e-mail

Posted on 2007-08-09
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
i need to run several executables that depend on each other. is there a windows scheduler that allow me to run:

                   task1 at lets say 6pm
                   task2 after task1 is done
                   taks3 after task2 is done
                   e-mail me when all three tasks are done

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    Windowsservice is better for this. if you want to use sechedular only , then better write the output in to a file or xml file once finished the task1. check the output of task1 before starting the second task. like vice you can check the task 3 also and send email

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    how to use Windowsservice?
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