Run DOS / Cmd command Action events (68000, 68002, 68202, 68402) and Start program / application Action events (67000, 67002, 67202, 67402) may end with errorlevels / exit codes that indicate the termination status of executed DOS / Cmd command or program / application. Errorlevels / exit codes can help in finding the particular reason of command's or application's termination. Although Automation Workshop shows errorlevels / exit codes in decimal format, they are also referred as hexadecimal or negative decimal values.
|Program suseccfully completed. Usually indicates that the program / application or DOS / Cmd command has successfully completed.|
|Incorrect function. Usually indicates that Run DOS / Cmd command Action has attempted to execute non-recognized command in Windows command prompt |
|The system cannot find the file specified. Indicates that the file can not be found in specified location.|
|The system cannot find the path specified. Indicates that the specified path can not be found.|
|Access is denied. Indicates that user has no access right to specified resource.|
|Program is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. Usually indicates that command, application name or path has been misspelled when configuring the Action.|
Indicates that the executed program has terminated abnormally or crashed.
|Not enough virtual memory is available.|
Indicates that Windows has run out of memory.
|The application terminated as a result of a CTRL+C. Indicates that the application has been terminated either by user's keyboard input |
|The application failed to initialize properly. Usually indicates that the application has been launched on a Desktop to which current user has no access rights. Another possible cause is that either |
|Stack buffer overflow / overrun. Error can indicate a bug in the executed software that causes stack overflow leading to abnormal termination of the software.|
|Stack overflow / exhaustion. Error can indicate a bug in the executed software that causes stack overflow leading to abnormal termination of the software.|
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