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Scott Taylor (ScottT32)
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Posted: September 25, 2018
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Posted: 25 Sep 2018 12:08 EDT
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More than 1 Runtime Installed ?

There was a post written not too long ago that stated the following:


After deploying a project locally Pega robotics created 2 files as part of package (.manifest & .openspan). From an end users perspective how will the automation get launched once it has been deployed. We understand that a deployed project can be executed from command prompt using the below command


"C:\Program Files\OpenSpan\OpenSpan RuntimeStudio\OpenSpan.Runtime.exe" Project="D:\Deployment\DemoProj.openspan"


So, my Question is, is it possible to install different version of Runtime locally on a Users Computer, menaing that if one Automation required Runtime ver. 8.0.1037 and another locally deployed Automation required Runtime ver. 8.0.1089, that we could create 2 different Short Cuts and the Command Line would look something like this:

There was a post written not too long ago that stated the following:

After deploying a project locally Pega robotics created 2 files as part of package (.manifest & .openspan). From an end users perspective how will the automation get launched once it has been deployed. We understand that a deployed project can be executed from command prompt using the below command

"C:\Program Files\OpenSpan\OpenSpan RuntimeStudio\OpenSpan.Runtime.exe" Project="D:\Deployment\DemoProj.openspan"

So, my Question is, is it possible to install different version of Runtime locally on a Users Computer, menaing that if one Automation required Runtime ver. 8.0.1037 and another locally deployed Automation required Runtime ver. 8.0.1089, that we could create 2 different Short Cuts and the Command Line would look something like this:

"C:\Program Files\OpenSpan\OpenSpan Runtime801037\OpenSpan.Runtime.exe" Project="D:\Deployment\DemoProj.openspan"

"C:\Program Files\OpenSpan\OpenSpan Runtime801089\OpenSpan.Runtime.exe" Project="D:\Deployment\DemoProj.openspan"

Thanks

Scott

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