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troubleshooting Question

.bat file yields "the system cannot find the path specified" error

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la_colibri asked on
Microsoft DOSMicrosoft SQL ServerWindows Batch
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Would greatly appreciate assistance with this issue I am having with a batch file.....

I run the batch script below with the goal in mind of executing three other batch files in three different locations all at once... even though I verified the locations I entered in the script is correct I am getting the error "the system cannot find the path specified for all three. Please advise... thanks!



@ECHO This script runs all the batch files to deploy 4.1 builds
@ECHO Do you want to continue?
@ECHO OFF
PAUSE

goto START


REM ***********************************************************************************
REM  Batch file for Build Deployments (4.1.1.6603, 4.1.1.6659, 4.1.1.6712, 4.1.1.6751)
REM
REM  Version 1.0 By LMS As Of: 10:18 AM 07/01/2010
REM ***********************************************************************************


:START

@ECHO Running batch files for 4.1 builds . . .


@ECHO . . . Build 4.1.1.6603
cd..
cd Build 4.1.1.6603
START /b /wait C:\Projects\Build 4.1.1.6603\[4.1.1.6603]Run_Build_Scripts.bat
cd..


@ECHO . . . Build 4.1.1.6659
cd Build 4.1.1.6659
START /b /wait C:\Projects\Build 4.1.1.6659\[4.1.1.6659]Run_Build_Scripts.bat
cd..


@ECHO . . . Build 4.1.1.6712
cd Build 4.1.1.6712
START /b /wait C:\Projects\Build 4.1.1.6712\[4.1.1.6712]Run_Build_Scripts.bat
cd..


@ECHO . . . Build 4.1.1.6751
cd Build 4.1.1.6751
START /b /wait C:\Projects\Build 4.1.1.6751\[4.1.1.6751]Run_Build_Scripts.bat
cd..




@ECHO Done

goto END

:END
exit
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