disable all runtime error message

Posted on 2008-11-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
i am designing a scheduler system and once it starts, i am expecting it to run 24/7 without any interruption. Now if something is wrong and then the system error message will pop up and user has to manually click the message away. is there a way to disable all messages in environment (for example system registry) and let the scheduler process run without any user intervention?

The system is written in and can't be service type and suppose to run on 2000, xp and vista.

Question by:summitdev
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    Application.DisplayAlerts = False

    that line will disables all the alerts that comes up in VB ^_^


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