can OE run as a windows service mode in the future?
|Wells Xu||11/12/2012 02:12 am|
| I found that when a windows service called "OE.exe ProjectA/all" by command line, it can't return to this cmd command even this project is been downloaded completely. so i need to add parameter "/CloseNoCountdown" in command line, if an instance havn't exit and another project need to be download, then i need to start another instance by command,
some times there will be many OE.exe instances are runing background, and then oe.exe can't respond to \ new command and old instance can't quit normally.
Can OE.exe run as a windows service mode in the future? so it can accept new download command when old downloads havn't finished, and needn't to start a lot of OE instance.
|Oleg Chernavin||11/12/2012 02:19 am|
|If you run it from a .bat file, you should use the
start OE.exe ....
command instead. It returns control to the starting process immediately.
|Wells Xu||11/12/2012 02:49 am|
Yes, i run it by .bat file with command " start OE.exe .... /CloseNoCountdown", but some times OE can't start download when there are more than 3 instances are runing at background.
|Oleg Chernavin||11/12/2012 04:21 am|
|If you need to run several instances, use:
start OE.exe ... /instance