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Re: ldapsearch as own process

Or, it's possible that commando isn't exactly what it should be
when you call CreateProcess(...)?  Have you tried debugging and
putting some breakpoint

>     char commando[100];
>     strcpy(commando,".\\bin\\ldapsearch.exe  -b
>     \"dc=envilogg,dc=se\"
>         -s base \"objectclass=*\" > d:/myldif999.ldf");

here then taking a peek at commando's value?

> CreateProcess(NULL,commando,NULL,NULL,false,0,NULL,NULL,&si,&piDelete);

On Thu, Feb 24, 2000 at 07:19:00PM +0100, Mikael wrote:
> Correct...but this should also apply for my other testprogram which does
> the same thing as ldapsearch when it come to writing output to a separate
> file. When I start this program with CreateProcess it works perfectly....so
> I was (not) hoping that it could be something with the ldapsearch project?
> Perhaps the commandoline is interpreted differently in ldapsearch?