Call Command In Windows Server 2008
In this article I will discuss about how to use the call command in windows server 2008.
Call command applies to all versions of Windows.
Call is one of the Windows Server 2008 command line tool. The call command is used to call a script or batch program from another batch program as a procedure. The execution of parent batch program is not stopped when another script or batch program is called from it. If call command used outside of a script or a batch program then the call command at the Command Prompt or MS-DOS prompt has no effect. The basic syntax to use call command is given below.
call [Drive:][Path]<FileName> [<BatchParameters>] [:<Label> [<Arguments>]]
|Lists of Parameters
||Defines the address and name of the batch program to be called. The file name must have .bat or .cmd extension
||Defines information required by batch program.
||Defines the label that you want a batch program control to jump to.
||Defines the command-line information to be passed to the new batch program.
Example of call command
Call the newinstance.cmd program from another batch program.
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