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    Question run dos command in Windows XP


    when I was trying to run mysqldump command as follows ,it was working in the Windows 2000.But it was not working in the Windows Xp.Why is that??Any suggestions???

    dim wsh
    set wsh = createobject("WScript.Shell")
    wsh.Run "cmd /c c:\mysql\bin\mysqldump -h localhost -u xxx -pxxxx XXXX > C:\test.sql
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    stupid question... but ...


    is the drive you are referencing C:\ (only reason I ask is cos my machine is partitioned)
    Does the file "test.sql" exist in the C: root (C:\) or exist as part of the path.
    If not try changing your directory to the right directory (folder) and then run "test.sql"

    I know these seem like simple answers, and you've probably thought of them already, but they are the most common reasons files don't run.

    If you've checked all these try ;kbhowto]"Microsoft Knowledge Base

    It sounds more like a system environment thing (such as user permission to run commands etc)
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