Starting an Executable When a Task is Registered
Writing a task that starts an executable when a task is registered is done by defining a registration trigger and an executable action.
Registration triggers start a task as soon as it is registered. You can also specify a delay for the registration trigger, which starts a task after a specific amount of time (the delay) after the task is registered. The delay is specified in the Delay property of the IRegistrationTrigger interface (RegistrationTrigger for scripting).
The following examples start Notepad when a task is registered:
- Registration Trigger Example (Scripting)
- Registration Trigger Example (C++)
- Registration Trigger Example (XML)