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Posted on 2009-07-14
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I have a master batch file that calls a sub batch file to to check OS version.  EX:
@Echo off
Echo Checking for Updates
Set SourceDrive=f:\backup
net use u: /delete
del \\JAXBACK02\f$\backup_logs\%ComputerName%.txt
del \\JAXBACK02\f$\backup_logs\%ComputerName%_rsync.log
net use u: \\jaxback02\u$\%computername%
Call \\jaxback02\f$\backup\os.bat

The sub batch file reads:


ver | find "Version 5.2" > nul
if %ERRORLEVEL% == 1 goto Win2k

:Win2k
Call "\\jaxback02\f$\backup\rsyncDc.bat"
goto theexit

Once the OS versions is determined to be Win2k then a nother script runs This all works well except after the sub batch file runs, the maaster batch file continues to process. I want all processing to stop once the sub is called.  
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by:infoseccons
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You could just use the EXIT command?
For instance check the errorlevel the os.bat sub batch returns and exit or not based on that?

"if %ERRORLEVEL% == nn EXIT"


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So os.bat should not return to the calling (master) bat?
That's rather simply to achieve: delete the "call" in front of the call to os.bat; without the "call", cmd.exe will not return to the calling batch:

@Echo off
Echo Checking for Updates
Set SourceDrive=f:\backup
net use u: /delete
del \\JAXBACK02\f$\backup_logs\%ComputerName%.txt
del \\JAXBACK02\f$\backup_logs\%ComputerName%_rsync.log
net use u: \\jaxback02\u$\%computername%
\\jaxback02\f$\backup\os.bat
echo This line will never be displayed if the batch file above exists.
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by:Akostech
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that worked like a charm
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