I think I should have added more information. I have 2 tables. It loops through the table to see if a filename exists in both. And if it does, calls the specified batch file (@batfilename). There are different batch files for the different filenames.
Apparently it doesn't because you said it get's stuck... of course, we have no idea what you mean by that. Can you be a wee bit more descriptive?
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