An asynchronous Toolkit application can launch Creo in non-interactive mode by specifying "-g:no_graphics -i:rpc_input" on the command line.
Provide an easy way for other Toolkit applications to detect Creo is running in non-interactive mode, so they can change their behaviour accordingly.
For example in Object Toolkit:
A workaround is to pass in an extra, application specific, command line argument which is passed on to the user_initialize() function by prefixing it with a plus sign +:
"-g:no_graphics -i:rpc_input +myoption:no_graphics"
Your Toolkit application can then detect +myoption:no_graphics in its user_initialize().
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