Execute Process Task Editor (Process Page)

Use the Process page of the Execute Process Task Editor dialog box to configure the options that execute the process. These options include the executable to run, its location, command prompt arguments, and the variables that provide input and capture output.

To learn about this task, see Execute Process Task.


  • RequireFullFileName
    Indicate whether the task should fail if the executable is not found at the specified location.

  • Executable
    Type the name of the executable to run.

  • Arguments
    Provide command prompt arguments.

  • WorkingDirectory
    Type the path of the folder that contains the executable, or click the browse button (…) and locate the folder.

  • StandardInputVariable
    Select a variable to provide the input to the process, or click <New variable...> to create a new variable:

    Related Topics: Add Variable

  • StandardOutputVariable
    Select a variable to capture the output of the process, or click <New variable...> to create a new variable.

  • StandardErrorVariable
    Select a variable to capture the error output of the processor, or click <New variable...> to create a new variable.

  • FailTaskIfReturnCodeIsNotSuccessValue
    Indicate whether the task fails if the process exit code is different from the value specified in SuccessValue.

  • SuccessValue
    Specify the value returned by the executable to indicate success. By default this value is set to 0.

  • TimeOut
    Specify the number of seconds that the process can run. A value of 0 indicates that no time-out value is used, and the process runs until it is completed or until an error occurs.

  • TerminateProcessAfterTimeOut
    Indicate whether the process is forced to end after the time-out period specified by the TimeOut option. This option is available only if TimeOut is not 0.

  • WindowStyle
    Specify the window style in which to run the process.

See Also


Execute Process Task Editor (Process Page)

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