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>>> On Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 11:01 PM, in message
<116685ec0709202101o7142adabrc5fe851e54f6bca3(at)mail(dot)gmail(dot)com>, "Yogesh Arora"
> Hello Kevin,
> First of all, Thanks for your response.
> The answer to your Questions
>>>>>What operating system?
> I am using the Windows 2003 operating System.
>>>>>What did you do to try to schedule these things?
> I have created a Batch File of a Command to take the Back of the Database
> specified. When i run this file through command Prompt, its run
> successfully. But when i try to schedule it., It's not get scheduled and
> does not show any errors.
Exactly what are you doing to try to schedule it?
How do you determine that it hasn't been scheduled?
> Then i tried to schedule the direct SQL command , but the same result, not
> being scheduled.
>>>>What were you expecting to see as a result?
> Expecting the results of the above.
>>>>>>>What did you see, including exact error text, if any?
> There are not any Error to show......................................
> The Query in Batch File is :-
> @echo off
> "C:\Program FIles\PostgreSQL\8.2\bin\pg_dump" -U username -f
> D:\test\test.sql -F p -C -d -D postgres
> The Password related info is being stored in the PgPass.conf file.......
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