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Is it possible to close the java.exe dos window that pasman pasoestart starts?


TitleIs it possible to close the java.exe dos window that pasman pasoestart starts?
URL NameIs-it-possible-to-close-the-java-exe-dos-window-that-pasman-pasoestart-starts
Article Number000137533
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: Windows
Question/Problem Description
Is it possible to close the java.exe dos window that pasman pasoestart starts?

pasman pasoestart starts a java.exe dos window
Closing the dos window kills pasoe.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error MessageCalling pasman pasoestart in a script.
Defect/Enhancement Number
It isn't possible to close the window. The window is the process.
Either start pasoe with OpenEdge Explorer, then the window will be on the desktop of the System Account, and not visible; or register the pasoe instance as a Windows service and start via Services.
Last Modified Date4/4/2019 6:33 AM
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