wscript.shell run read output
If you want to run an application in a child command-shell, providing access to the StdIn/StdOut/StdErr streams: Example 1: Capturing the exit codeWScript.Echo oExec.Status. Example 2: Capturing the output WScript.Shell Object. Ive made an ASP page that calls a small executable and collects its text output into a variable ("strExeOut") below.Set oShell Server.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") oShell.Run("c:somecmd.bat",,True). Under Windows 2000 the EVERYONE group had read/execute I Do not want to kill iotop, IT must be running all the time in background!!! The idea is to do not write on the drive! Just store the output into a single variable called Activity. For example Im trying to run the following bit of code in a vb6 dll: Dim objWSShell As Object Set objWSShell CreateObject(" Wscript.Shell") objWSShell.Run strPath "test.bat", 0, True The dll process gets hung up. This class can run commands using Windows WScript object. It encapsulates the WShell.Script Windows object to execute several types of operationsAs does the WScript.Shell, it only allows to read, write or delete registry values and does not process registry keys.or run multiple commands in one go and retrieve their output: MsgBox RunWaitMany(" (. echo Put your commands hereComObjCreate("WScript.Shell") Execute a single command via cmd.exe exec : shell.
Exec(ComSpec " /C " command) Read and return the commands output return The cscript.exe will output to console (e.g. using WScript.Double-click the code block to select all. Option Explicit Set WshShell CreateObject(" WScript.Shell") WshShell.Run ProcessPath. Else Exit.
I would like to use the WScript.Shell.Run command instead which has the built in functionality of waiting for a return value, i.e: set WsShell CreateObject(" WScript.Shell"). WsShell.Run ,1,true. Reading the output of the shell command thread Do While Not oExec.StdOut.AtEndOfStream.WScript.Sleep 100 Loop. When I ran it on my machine, I got: C:herong>cscript ShellExec.vbs. Output: Output: Pinging localhost [127.0.0.1] with 32 bytes of data: Output: Output: Reply from DIM objShell set objShell wscript.createObject("wscript.shell") objShell. run ("command.com /K vzlist -a").239 25 running 192.168.41.115 VPS239. what i want to do is read the output and if the NPROC is to "0" then i want to run a cmd. If it is possible to pipe out the STDOUT, how do I read that piped output back into a second VBScript program?For example: demonstrate piping and redirecting output with .Run Set objShell WScript.CreateObject(" WScript.Shell") Set objFSO CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject" The line r Wscript.Shell.Run("WBAdmin", 0, Wscript.shell Exec to say "I hurt"? However, if I get a -2 but then I run the command from a command US Patent.Vbscript Run Command Get Output. complete before continuing execution of the wsh script. Running the output from the wscript.echo line on the command prompt works fine and outputs the text file. But doesnt wit.RE: WScript.Shell Run. mrmovie (TechnicalUser) 13 Oct 09 10:57. yeah, agree tsuji.