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Subj:   Re: Connecting to a Fastload Named Pipe from non-TD program
From:   Victor Sokovin

  And don't forget the Named Pipe access module in your FadtLoad script:  

          > AXSMOD np_AXSMOD.dll;
          > DEFINE
          > ..
          > FILE  = <\\.\pipe\loadpipe>;
  Start the FastLad and when it consumes 100% CPU (waiting for the Pipe) start your program.  

For what it's worth, I had problems with the Named Pipes Access Module on a Unix client, even with such well-tested tools as Ab Initio. There is a short thread on this in July 2004. Unfortunately, there was no time to investigate the problem in detail back then.

  Btw, does anybody know how to use WINDOWS command line to open/write a Named Pipe for Fastload? E.g. Unzip a file and pipe it to FastLoad?  

According to

www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-rt4/?open&t =grl,l=>=252,p =pipes

there could be a few different commands, so feel free to pick up the one which works for you.



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