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Running Windows Functions from APPX

Invoking Windows Shell Functions

In order to invoke a Windows shell function (such as a batch file or executable) from APPX for Windows, follow these guidelines.

RUN in Series or Parallel

When you RUN from APPX/Unix, APPX won't resume running until the shell object called has completed (series). When you RUN from APPX for Windows, the RUN command by default spawns a separate thread and APPX immediately resumes execution (parallel).

Passing Fields or File Names

How to pass fields or file names to an external shell script

Calling Windows API's

How to call Windows API/DLL's

Client-Side Processes & File Transfers

How to run client-side processes, and perform file transfers, from the APPX Java client

External Commands from the Windows Client

How to 'RUN' an external command on a local PC from the Windows client.

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