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I am trying to make sure the batch file knows the service "Tomcat7" is fully stopped before trying to start the "Tomcat7" service again. I know "NET STOP" and "NET START" are supposed to wait to return until each have fully stopped or started, but I have seen cases where it continues on anyways, possibly due to a long timeout wait sometimes.

@ECHO OFF

net stop Tomcat7

rd /s /q "C:\storefront\live\work"
rd /s /q "C:\storefront\live\logs"

for /F "tokens=3 delims=: " %%H in ('sc query Tomcat7 ^| findstr "        STATE"') do (
  if /I "%%H" EQ "STOPPED" (
    net start Tomcat7
  )
)
  • There is a typo in if /I "%%H" EQ "STOPPED" (. Should be EQU instead of EQ – JosefZ Jun 23 '15 at 20:58
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Use sc query Tomcat7 to get the status of the service.

  • thanks for the input Steven. Do you think the for statement above looks good with your use of sc query? – Matt Weick Jun 23 '15 at 17:15
  • You may consider adding a short wait between the for loop iterations. Use the timeout command. – Steven Jun 23 '15 at 17:19
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sc start stisvc || Echo Service Not Fully Exited

Doesn't this do what you want? Remember we try things and catch errors, not test and then do. Think about why.

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