C# PROCESSSTARTINFO PDF

You can use the ProcessStartInfo class for greater control over the process you start. You must at least set the ProcessStartInfo. FileName property, either manually or using the constructor. The file name is any application or document. Here a document is defined to be any file type that has an open or default action associated with it. You can view registered file types and their associated applications for your computer using the Folder Options dialog available through the operating system.

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Gets or sets the properties to pass to the Start method of the Process. The ProcessStartInfo that represents the data with which to start the process.

These arguments include the name of the executable file or document used to start the process. The value that specifies the StartInfo is null. The following example populates a StartInfo with the file to execute, the action performed on it and whether it should displays a user interface.

For additional examples, refer to the reference pages for properties of the ProcessStartInfo class. StartInfo represents the set of parameters to use to start a process. When Start is called, the StartInfo is used to specify the process to start.

The only necessary StartInfo member to set is the FileName property. Starting a process by specifying the FileName property is similar to typing the information in the Run dialog box of the Windows Start menu. Therefore, the FileName property does not need to represent an executable file. It can be of any file type for which the extension has been associated with an application installed on the system.

For example the FileName can have a. Similarly, in the same way that the Run dialog box can accept an executable file name with or without the. For example, you can set the FileName property to either "Notepad.

You can start a ClickOnce application by setting the FileName property to the location for example, a Web address from which you originally installed the application.

Do not start a ClickOnce application by specifying its installed location on your hard drive. If the file name involves a nonexecutable file, such as a. For example, you could set the Verb to "Print" for a file ending in the. The file name specified in the FileName property does not need to have an extension if you manually enter a value for the Verb property. However, if you use the Verbs property to determine what verbs are available, you must include the extension.

You can change the parameters specified in the StartInfo property up to the time that you call the Start method on the process. After you start the process, changing the StartInfo values does not affect or restart the associated process.

UserName and ProcessStartInfo. Password properties set, the unmanaged CreateProcessWithLogonW function is called, which starts the process in a new window even if the CreateNoWindow property value is true or the WindowStyle property value is Hidden.

You should only access the StartInfo property on a Process object returned by the Start method. For example, you should not access the StartInfo property on a Process object returned by GetProcesses. Otherwise, on. When the process is started, the file name is the file that populates the read-only MainModule property.

If you want to retrieve the executable file that is associated with the process after the process has started, use the MainModule property. If you want to set the executable file of a Process instance for which an associated process has not been started, use the StartInfo property's FileName member.

Because the members of the StartInfo property are arguments that are passed to the Start method of a process, changing the FileName property after the associated process has started will not reset the MainModule property.

These properties are used only to initialize the associated process. Skip to main content. Exit focus mode. Diagnostics Assembly: System. Is this page helpful? Yes No. Any additional feedback? Skip Submit.

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ProcessStartInfo is used together with the Process component. When you start a process using the Process class, you have access to process information in addition to that available when attaching to a running process. You can use the ProcessStartInfo class for better control over the process you start. You must at least set the FileName property, either manually or using the constructor. The file name is any application or document.

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Gets or sets the properties to pass to the Start method of the Process. The ProcessStartInfo that represents the data with which to start the process. These arguments include the name of the executable file or document used to start the process. The value that specifies the StartInfo is null. The following example populates a StartInfo with the file to execute, the action performed on it and whether it should displays a user interface. For additional examples, refer to the reference pages for properties of the ProcessStartInfo class.

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Now: Please get Visual Studio set up on the source file. You will need to update some of the paths to make these programs work. Windows Explorer will open the folder in a new window. Arguments: The Process.

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