Excellent. Thanks for the quick reply.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Yutaka Sato)@SUNGARD
Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 10:24 AM
Cc: Lynn Lantz
Subject: Re: [DeleGate-En] Setting SERVCONF to no
On 07/02/02(22:39) you "Lynn Lantz"
|I wrote earlier how to get rid of the "set automatic
start on system
|startup" question when starting the service
automatically from a
|You said to use the SERVCONF parameter set to Auto.
That works to get
|rid of the question but the default answer is Yes and I
want the answer
|to be No.
|I tried SERVCONF=no, SERVCONF=n, SERVCONF=off, and none
of that works.
|Is there a parameter or answer to force this to no?
will do. Windows names those "start types" as "auto"
|Secondly, if the service is already running another
question comes up
|that asks to delete the current service. Is there a
parameter I can set
|to force it to delete the previous one? Does
SERVCONF=auto do that?
There is no parameter to do so, that is to delete
before start when it exists, without interaction on the
(I thought "-r" option introduced in 7.9.9 will do, but
not work so on Windows by my oversight)
But you can delete existing service with
delegated -Fkill -Pxxxx
before you start new DeleGate.
|Just a suggestion - it would be nice to have a way to
|service without any user interaction questions being
|the startup just hangs there forever since there is no
|interaction with it to answer the question.
Yes, I thought so too. My first idea was introducing
"-y" or "-n"
like fsck on Unix have, but it is not good when
combination of "yes"
and "no" is necessary. Anyway, I become aware that
there is user who
needs it practically, not just for the view point of
of specification. At least it will be fixed not to do
console, and "-r" will be applied on Win32, in the next
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