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Pro2 - Replication threads prevent machine reboot


TitlePro2 - Replication threads prevent machine reboot
URL Namepro2-replication-threads-prevent-machine-reboot
Article Number000112689
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge Pro2
Version: All Supported Versions
OS: Windows
Question/Problem Description

Sometimes the Operating System running Pro2 may need to be restarted on a schedule, or automatically after installing OS updates, however the Pro2 processes running on the machine prevent this from happening while they're still running.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error MessageWindows is exiting. Is this ok?
Defect/Enhancement Number

This is expected behavior.  On Windows, OpenEdge ABL client processes may interrupt a OS shutdown until the user responds to the "Windows is exiting" message.
Add the -wy parameter to the <pro2dir>\bprepl\Scripts\ file.
Last Modified Date1/15/2019 5:09 PM
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