Windows Batch Script

By mchahal ·
My question is two fold. I am currently working with a HIS system that needs to launch autmatically into a specific module upon workstation startup. So when the workstation is launched a program launch (which can be achieved via the Windows autolaunch process). Then I need a script that will sign in the user into the program and then replicate keystrokes that will display a module within the system. Could someone please help me, I am running on tight deadlines!!!

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Type of program/script

by support In reply to Windows Batch Script

Does the program have to be a batch script? This could be accomplished fairly easily with a .net program

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Thanks for the reply

by mchahal In reply to Type of program/script

How would the .net approach work?

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.net approach

by support In reply to Thanks for the reply

First of all, I guess I should ask if the program can be ran from the Window's workstation. If it can then the program could use a shell execute command to run a program then sendkeys to emulate key presses. Also, if necessary, mouse movement and clicks can be emulated.

If this approach would work then I could write up a quick demo to show you the idea.

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