Re: f50run32.exe command line

From: Luis Cabral <>
Date: 14 Jul 2002 09:26:16 -0700
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No, I think it is not possible.

What you can do is defining a form parameter, and in the command line you pass the parameter as any other forms parameter. Ex:

  ifrun60.EXE module.fmx myparameter='ABC'

In the when-new-form-instance trigger, you can check the value of this param:

  if :parameter.myparameter is not null then ...

I think if you pass a non-existent parameter in the command line, it will generate an error.


Greg Schraiber <GregSchraiber_at_Finestri.Com> wrote in message news:<3D2F0C0B.1E7CFD7E_at_Finestri.Com>...
> Is there a way to capture from with a form
> procedure the command line arguments used to start
> the application?
> Thanks,
> Greg
Received on Sun Jul 14 2002 - 18:26:16 CEST

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