Running multiple Excel reports and OLE message

Sali2014

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Hi,

I currently run a series of reports using command prompt and invoker. It loads up Excel files which has an add in tool reporter that connects to an external database to extract information.

Once one file has finished running the next automatically loads and runs and saves. However, the problem is that when i leave the reports running the OLE message pops up and the Excel file does not continue running unless ok is selected.

I know there are various codes i can use that switch off the message but my understanding is the code has to be embeded into the VBA of the add in reporter tool. The dilemma there is the tool is owned by an external company who will not give access to the code.

Is there a way around this so that I can get rid of the OLE message?

Thanks

For any help
 
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