I currently (Using Windows 7 and JMP 13) run a few scripts each morning using the windows scheduler, which works a treat.
I now have a new computer which has Windows 10, when I run the same scheduler, it opens the JSL script but will not run automatically.
Does anybody have a simple soluation to this problem ?
What do you mean by "it opens the JSL script"? What application is being invoked to open the script, is it JMP or just some form of text editor?
If if is not JMP then that would suggest a problem with file associations. If it is JMP, then I'm not sure why a change from Windows 7 to 10 would make a difference but you could try putting "//! " at the beginning of the script (this instructs JMP to run the script when it is "opened" - for example:
Thanks for the reply, when I say opens the script, I mean it opens the script in a JMP window but the script does not kick off and Run,
adding //! does not seem to work either.
As a work around I have done the following which seems to work. Enabled this in File, preferences, Windows Specific, see attached for details.
This seems to run the script when opened by the windows scheduler in Windows 10, dosen't seem to make any difference if this is clicked or not in WIndows 7, wierd !!