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#1 Nuno Brito

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 11:39 PM

Hi everyone!

This is mostly a small question for Peter, but I hope this also helps others.

Question:

I've been trying to create a shortcut with buildmodel, and I can set correctly most parameters, allowing to set the target and the parameters, but unfortunatelly I can't seem to use properly the -SW switch to specify the work folder for the app (in this case I wanted to point it to %temp%\ and done this using #$ptemp#$p\ working good.

The problem is that when I add the -SW:#$ptemp#$p\ switch, it will be displayed as a parameter after the -SP: switch. Using it placed before this switch and the #$s trick didn't also worked.. :yahoo:


Can anyone provide an example showing how I can sucessfully create a Desktop shortcut defining the parameters and the work folder?


Thanks in advance!! :)

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 11:55 PM

Hi everyone!

This is mostly a small question for Peter, but I hope this also helps others.

Question:

I've been trying to create a shortcut with buildmodel, and I can set correctly most parameters, allowing to set the target and the parameters, but unfortunatelly I can't seem to use properly the -SW switch to specify the work folder for the app (in this case I wanted to point it to %temp%\ and done this using #$ptemp#$p\ working good.

The problem is that when I add the -SW:#$ptemp#$p\ switch, it will be displayed as a parameter after the -SP: switch. Using it placed before this switch and the #$s trick didn't also worked.. :yahoo:
Can anyone provide an example showing how I can sucessfully create a Desktop shortcut defining the parameters and the work folder?
Thanks in advance!! :)

Look in MakeScript
I have add some option of BuildModel

#3 Garfield

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Posted 13 July 2007 - 07:06 AM

Hi Nuno

Here is a snippet from a script of mine where i used buildmodel with parameters successfully

Echo,"Creating shortcuts.."

If,%cbShortcutDE%,Equal,True,Run,%BuildModelScript%,Add-Shortcut,"DE","#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\ERDLogon.exe","%tbShortCutName%",-SP:#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\Locksmith.exe#$q#$s#$q-SF:#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\Locksmith.exe#$q#$s-SI:0

If,%cbShortcutQL%,Equal,True,Run,%BuildModelScript%,Add-Shortcut,"QL","#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\ERDLogon.exe","%tbShortCutName%",-SP:#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\Locksmith.exe#$q#$s#$q-SF:#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\Locksmith.exe#$q#$s-SI:0

If,%cbShortcutSM%,Equal,True,Run,%BuildModelScript%,Add-Shortcut,"SM\%tbStartmenuGroup%","#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\ERDLogon.exe","%tbShortCutName%",-SP:#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\Locksmith.exe#$q#$s#$q-SF:#$pSystemDrive#$p\%ProgDir%\Locksmith\Locksmith.exe#$q#$s-SI:0


#4 Nuno Brito

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Posted 13 July 2007 - 08:44 AM

Thank you for both answers - will look into them to learn more! :yahoo:




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