Flowheater shows a very interesting behavior here.
I use flowheater to copy data from an
I made a nice script that logs everything into a logfile everytime (once per day) the data is transfered. Here everything looks completely fine. No error messages or irregularities are logged.
If I run that script via cmd the script works as intended.
If I runt that script via the windows task planner/scheduler (whatever the english term is) it only copies the first 50 rows then jumps to the next fhd file.
Has anyone had that behavior before and how did you fix it?
Chris [Request received via e-mail]
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I guess your scheduled task runs on a different user? The reason why is, the usual license activation is per user and for this user the
runs without current activation. Please note) Only the company license supports the activation for the whole computer.