|May 9, 2011, 05:18 AM||#1|
Automator works but says fails
Hey guys, I basically have a automator do a bunch of stuff then execute a shell script to run a couple java programs I wrote. When I run the automation everything works, including executing my java files, however I get a run shell script error. Even though everything I wanted to happen...happened.
Here is my shell script...with just a change to the long folder
Thats it. Automator runs my java files, but then returns this error.
Run Shell Script failed - 1
Anyone of a clue, I would greatly appreciate it.
|May 9, 2011, 06:40 AM||#2|
Bash returns the exit status of the last command executed, unless a syntax error occurs, in which case it exits with a non-zero value. I can't see a syntax error, assuming thedirectoryIwant is properly encoded if it contains exotic characters.
Is NBAWriteUSB calling System.exit(1) somewhere or raising an uncaught exception?
If you put exit 0 at the last line of your shell script, does it stop the error from appearing?
|May 10, 2011, 04:46 AM||#3|
Hey thanks for the suggestion, I didn't try that, however I was able to fix it by writing an applescript instead. At first I got a similar error, but after a little googling I was got a suggestion to just do a try statement, and in that statement I run my shell script.
do shell script "/dir/ransmit.sh"
that worked, but next time I have a problem I will try your method too.
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