troubleshooting Question

Process is not running inside task scheduler

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I have a batch file which name is "WatchDir.bat". The file is saved in c:\loadbo and it contains the following instruccions:

cd \loadbo
"C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0\bin\java"  WatchDir c:\loadbo\inFile

The program "WatchDir" is a java program which monitors a folder for new file creation. If a new file is created in c:\loadbo\infile, then a second batch file is executed (c:\loadbo\copyfile.bat)


If the program WatchDir.bat is run in console mode, everything works fine and I can see that the process continues running using taskmgr. The process keeps running because the java code is monitoring new file creation inside c:\loadbo\infile\.

The problem appears when I try to schedule the Watchdir.bat using task scheduler. Nothing happens, the process does not run even when the screen shows that the process is "executing". I have changing the frequency from executing at startup, execute each minute, etc. without success.

What may be happening?

My OS version windows server 2008 R2
JDK 7 for x64
CLASSPATH includes c:\loadbo
PATH includes c:\loadbo and "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0\bin\"

Thank you for your help

Jorge Manzo



Process is not running inside task scheduler
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