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AW: vrf Scheduled testing

Question asked by VRFuser on Aug 20, 2006
My first suggestion : use windows taskplaner ( or what is the correct translation for task sheduler - or so ? ) and run your vee proggies at that time. Would be easiest !
My second thought. You can use VEE for it , check for the time and then run your measurement routine..but then VEE has to run all the time...

Best regards,
detlef


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Von: Graeme Hilton [mailto:GHilton@slb.com]
Gesendet: Freitag, 18. August 2006 17:32
An: VRF
Betreff: [vrf] Scheduled testing

Hi all,

I've been given a challenge by one of my colleagues.  He wants to be able to run an automated sequence of tests at a specified time.  When he asked me to do this yesterday I added a quick and dirty user configurable delay to the program and he went away happy.

However, I want to create something more useful.  It would be real neat if I could have a date and time picker that the user can select multiple times from and have the tests happen at those times.  Any suggestions on how to go about this?

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Graeme Hilton
R&D Engineer

Schlumberger Sensa
Gamma House, Enterprise Road,
Southampton, SO16 7NS
Tel: 023 8076 5596
Fax: 023 8076 5501


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