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Re: question about the hooks

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-12-27 19:51:51 CET

loubingyong wrote:

>When I commit a file, the commit process seems to hang up. So I checked the processes running on the server,
>and found the reason is that the cscript.exe did not exit.
>But if I modify the VBscript and do not use Outlook object in the code, the VBscript could be excuted normally.
>Is Subversion server not compatible with windows host script? Or should I change my server configuration?
Is Outlook already running on the server when you attempt to run the
hook script? I believe it is required that the Outlook application
already be running in order to create new Outlook objects.

I'm no Windows programming expert, but I believe a much better solution
that creating an Outlook object is to use the CDOSYS library, which is
built in to Windows 2000, XP, and 2003 and doesn't require anything else
to be running. See the following link for some information.


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