force quit of open RunRev app from another software

runrev260805 at runrev260805 at
Tue Jul 8 18:58:55 EDT 2008

Hi Mark,

i would look at the open processes of Windows. There you should see your revapps.

If you are not familiar to shutdown/kill processes with your other software dev tool. Then you could invoke a shell command from your other app.

under XP Pro you could use
tasklist.exe to list all the open processess
taskkill.exe to kill the unwanted tasks or
tskill.exe   to kill the unwanted tasks  (less powerfull)

under XP home

See the commandline help of these programs for the exact syntax.

I don´t know if XP home has also tasklist.exe.

Maybe this helps a little bit.



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: force quit of open RunRev app from another software (09-Jul-2008 0:03)
From:    mfstuart <mfstuart at>
To:      runrev260805 at

> Hi all Revolutionaries,
> RunRev: 2.9
> I have a RunRev app that I have built. It is an executable.
> This app is called/opened from another software application, written in a
> different software development tool. No problem with this.
> I may have more than one instance of the RunRev application open at one
> time.
> And need to close these sessions when the application that opened them,
> closes.
> How do I force quit these open RunRev application sessions from the other
> software?
> TIA,
> Mark Stuart
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