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RE: OT- Start a process after oracle on Win 2K

From: O'Neill, Sean <>
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2003 00:48:48 -0800
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An option you might want to investigate writing your script command file, using the W2K resource kit utility, (can't think of it's name right now, to convert it to a service. Set service to startup automatically and then create a dependency on Oracle service for this new service to prevent it starting a head of Oracle.

Haven't tried above myself but as with lots of MS stuff the theory is there ;)

Seán O' Neill
Organon (Ireland) Ltd.
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>> Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2003 22:28:28 +1000
>> Subject: OT- Start a process after oracle on Win 2K
>>Slightly OT
>>I have a couple of programs that need to be run after Oracle has started
>>and want to run them without a user logging in.
>>The likely place seems to be in the scheduled tasks running at startup or
>>as a program under the local run key in the registry.
>>The processes are a couple of scripts and I would envisage running them as

>>a batch file
>>What is best?

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