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Can we trigger an Exe file at the receiver end?

We have System A and System B connected by XI. We are sending file from A to B via XI. Upon successful execution of sending the full file to System B, it has to execute an Executable file on system B. and depending on the output (Yes/No) it has to send some data to System A.

Here our doubt is how to trigger an executable file? Is it possible or not.

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|| Upon Successful execution

It has to run an Exe file in

system B If output of

executable file is Yes, then

it has to send some file

back to System A.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2005 at 01:09 PM

    Hi Rajashekar,

    Check this link

    calling-a-program-in-an-external-system

    Regards

    Vishnu

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2005 at 01:14 PM

    HI,

    >>Upon successful execution of sending the full file to >>System B, it has to execute an Executable file on >>system B

    you can execute an oS level command at the recieving adapter thus when the call is made, the adapter issues the os level command, this could be an execute command also.

    cheers,

    naveen

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