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Supress Windows and Prompts?

From: Sean Fitzgerald <sfitzgerald_at_silverpop.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 17:41:57 -0400



I'm building a process that scripts out the DDL for my database objects,
and then uses the Add command to update / add objects to my existing


I need to be able to run the process from a command-line and suppress
the windows and prompts, but do not see any option for doing this.


I'm currently using the following syntax:


TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit /path:"c:\database\AdventureWorks"


Is there another parameter that I can pass to the command to suppress
the windows and prompts? I am new to using Subversion and TortoiseVSN,
so please bear with me ... maybe this is not the most efficient way to
do this, and any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Sean Fitzgerald

SQL Database Administrator - Production Operations


Tel: (770) 661-0643


Fax: (678) 247-0501





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