It's not starting.
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We've got to start a file two times a day, and the file starts a py crypt that passes websites, but the problem is, the file doesn't start, what's the problem?
I suspect there's a problem in that path, because the user folder on the cyrillice and the gaps, how could you possibly put the path properly?
Contained .bat file:
@echo off "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\Shared\Python37_64\python.exe" "ParcerAll.py" pause
If you start a bat directly in the folder, he's doing a great job and starting what he needs.
That's how the bat file works if it starts directly.
I also changed the name of the user folder to the latina with no gaps, but the file still doesn't start.
So, after a few hours, I figured out how to solve my problem, my actions:
- I've made a totally new process, because it must have been bumped and something went wrong all the time.
- Changed the name of the bat file.
- After pointing a full way to the file, adding a working folder.
- Renamed the user folder, replacing the cyrillic and latinum gaps without gaps
In the end, the beginning of this task looked like:
There's a violin that everything works properly: