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How to execute batch file with a pathname using Javascript? (Windows XP and IE)

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I have a problem with printing a text file.

When i am inserting the data into database, created a text file with user(ex.Test_user.txt). But when i am giving Print the bill from dot matrix printer it will skipping the paper.

Then i created the batch file, in that batch file manually i mentioned the TYPE command with path of the file. Then it will print correctly.

My Application is developed in classic ASP and Java script. How can i pass the path to batch file. i want to give the server path from java script to the batch file.

Ex: serverpath/folder/test.txt.
Printer TVS RP45

Given in bat file like this:
Type \\\ipoprp\VisitorPassEntry.txt > LPT1

mention in javascript:

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  1. MyObject = new ActiveXObject( "WScript.Shell" )  
  2. function Runbat()   
  3. {  
  4.  MyObject.Run("C:\\PRINT.bat")   
  5. }
How to pass the path to batch file
Dec 19 '14 #1
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