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On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 17:36:29 +0200, =?iso-8859-1?Q?Tobias_M=FCller?= <tmueller at a-i-c.de> wrote: >Hi! > >I was trying to automatically update a certain directory on a mapped >drive. There's a checkedout copy of my module in this directory. I use a >self-made loginfo script which triggers a batch file doing the update >via the AT Windows scheduler. Now, the problem is that if I start the >batch file manually, it works, but if I try to start it via AT, the >script is not executed and no updates are made. > >I guess that it's a matter of access restrictions, but strange that it >still doesn't work if I grant full privileges to the All/Everybody user. >Did any of you already face such difficulties? Some hints would be >warmly appreciated. > >Thanks in advance, >Tobi > Don't use loginfo, the calls are made before CVSNT releases the locks on the files. Use postcommit instead. I use it on a website module by updating a checked out copy of the site whenever a file is committed. After a few tweaks it works pretty well. Tip: Make sure your scripted batch file sets the current drive and dir before executing anything. When CVSNT calls the scripts the current dir is in the repository side. /Bo Berglund