Re: Process command and autorun variable

Lew <>
Mon, 1 Oct 2012 14:04:22 -0700 (PDT)
Greg wrote:

I am trying to do some junit [sic] testing of a process command. I need =

to mock out what the regular process command says to the java [sic] code. =
My junit writes to a file and then makes a windows [sic] alias to concatena=
te the file when the command is executed instead of executing the regular s=
ystem command.

What is the "regular system command"?

It sets this value in the autorun variable in the registry. When I pull =

up a command prompt, it works.

What value? What works?

However, my java process execution is somehow still reading the system co=


What system command?

What does the Java code say?

How do I get it to use my stuff? Any ideas or suggestions? All are welc=


Show us your stuff. Right now it's like we're the mechanic and you're askin=
g us,
"My car doesn't steer correctly. How do I get it to steer correctly?"

Give us data. Tell us what you're talking about.

Based on what you've said so far, I can diagnose your problem. Your Java co=
is not using the Windows Registry (for which 'Preferences' might help), and=
directly invoking that mysterious, anonymous "regular process command". As =
result it's doing precisely what you're asking it to do.

So what are you asking it to do?


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