04-22-2010 06:57 PM
I'm on Windows 7, and every time I run the updatejad.exe command, the UAC (User Access Control) window comes up. This inteferes with unattended automation build machines since it requires a user to click the Yes button.
How do I resolve the issue so that Windows 7 finds updatejad.exe an acceptable application to be running and not throw a UAC alert?
04-22-2010 08:22 PM
You'll need to run the build "as adminstrator".
If you are running form command line, then open the command window "As Adminstrator"
If you are clicking in a batch file or something, right click adn start "As Administrator".
04-22-2010 10:44 PM
That's how I got it working on my developer machine, but I need to get this working on build automation machines. I don't control the process it launches to start builds on distributed machines.
Why does updatejad.exe need an elevated process anyway? Isn't it just merging text files? Did RIM fix that in 5.0? (I'm running with JDE 4.7).