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Re: connect to CVS from ASP page?

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: connect to CVS from ASP page?
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 16:50:14 -0500 (EST)

Woo Melina writes:
>  Set Executor = Server.CreateObject("ASPExec.Execute")
>  Executor.Application = "cmd /c set home=c:\cvsadmin"
>  strResult = Executor.ExecuteDosApp
>  Executor.Application = "cmd /c set homedrive=c:"
>  strResult = Executor.ExecuteDosApp
>  Executor.Application = "cmd /c set
> homepath=\cvsadmin"
>  strResult = Executor.ExecuteDosApp
>  Executor.Application = "c:\inetpub\scripts\cvs.exe"
>  Executor.Parameters = "-d
> :pserver:address@hidden:/usr/local/cvsroot login"
>  strResult = Executor.ExecuteDosApp
>  Response.Write "<pre>" & strResult & "</pre>"

Each ExecuteDosApp is completely independent, so you can't set an
environment variable in one and expect it to still be set in a later
one.  What you need to do is use a single ExecuteDosApp to run a .bat
file that sets the environment variables and then runs CVS.

> Any ideas?  Please e-mail me directly as I am not
> currently part of this mailing list.

You might want to consider joining -- see:

-Larry Jones

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