Known Issue: Wisescript check in-use file action does not return results on files in the Windows directory on Windows 7
Last Updated December 19, 2011
Wisescript check in-use file action does not return results on files in the Windows directory on Windows 7
Steps to reproduce:
1 Open the WiseScript Package Editor> Blank Project 2. Add a check in-use file action 3. Enter a variable name. For the file C:\windows\notepad.exe (or C:\Windows\system32\calc.exe) 4. Add a display message. In the body of the message add the variable name created above, in the body of the message. 5. Compile the EXE 6. Open notepad (or CALC) 7. Launch the EXE
No results are returned if the file is in use or not.
Unknown at this time.
Development is aware of this issue and is working to correct this issue in a future maintenance pack release. Please reference eTrack 2024627 if contacting support.
Wise Package Studio 8
Imported Document ID: TECH177282
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