Autotrack Scheduled Tasks


Autotrack Scheduled Tasks

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We have been using scheduled tasks to get Autotrack to schedule music overnight using the process described here.

Not sure what changed however now Autotrack waits until the Autotrack Database Settings window has been OK'd on start up.  Is there a way that I can't find to stop this prompt from appearing?

Craig Arthur

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Hi Craig,

What version of Autotrack and Myriad are you running? Older versions of Myriad (v3.5 and earlier) used to write a certain flag to the database to say that a human had "ok'd" the settings, and older AutoTrack's used to "see" this and display the settings window if it hadn't been OKd by Myriad.

We got rid of it MV3.6 and the most recent releases of AutoTrack.

I'm not sure that it is the above, but it is my first thought.

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It's 3.6.3 for Myriad and 3.1.44 for Autotrack if that helps.  So probably is that option. 

Sadly it looks like it scuppers the ability to schedule automagically.  Any chance it can go back in again?

Craig Arthur

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Definitely worth upgrading your AutoTrack then i would think - you've ended up a little way behind there Smile

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3.1.52 has same issue but as you say it was removed.  Hmmm, gona have to get something that'll run in the background and "press the button"...

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In that case, as odd as it sounds, install an old Myriad v3.0 (XP only though!) and run it up, this will then allow you to go into the settings window and click ok and should stop AT asking you

Then uninstall v3.0 of course!

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