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How to access Javascript file from Java Code

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Hi friend,

I have a below "keywsh.js" javascript file

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  1. var myApp = new ActiveXObject("Excel.Application"); 
  2. myApp.visible = false; 
  3. var shell = new ActiveXObject(""); 
  4.'"C:\\ROME Literature Spreadsheet.xls"',1); 
  5. WScript.sleep(5000); 
  6. shell.SendKeys("y"); 
  7. myApp.ActiveWorkbook.SaveCopyAs("C:\\goon\\today.xls");  
  8. shell.SendKeys("%{F4}"); 
I want to access the above file "keywsh.js" from Java code. I am using the below java code to access "keywsh.js".when I tried to run this from below Java code. I am getting Error.

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  1. import; 
  2. import javax.script.ScriptEngine; 
  3. import javax.script.ScriptEngineManager; 
  4. import javax.script.Bindings; 
  5. import javax.script.ScriptContext; 
  6. import javax.script.ScriptException; 
  9. public class script1 { 
  10.   public static void main(String[] args) { 
  11.     ScriptEngineManager manager = new ScriptEngineManager(); 
  12.     ScriptEngine engine = manager.getEngineByName("js"); 
  13.     try { 
  14.       FileReader reader = new FileReader("C:\\keywsh.js"); 
  15.       engine.eval(reader); 
  16.       reader.close(); 
  17.     } catch (Exception e) { 
  18.       e.printStackTrace(); 
  19.     } 
  20.   } 
Error Description:-

javax.script.ScriptException: Ref
erenceError: "ActiveXObject" is not defined. (<Unknown source>#4) in <Unknown so
urce> at line number 4
at com.sun.script.javascript.RhinoScriptEngine.eval(R hinoScriptEngine.ja
at javax.script.AbstractScriptEngine.eval(AbstractScr

at script1.main(

Can you help me to run this javacode successfully? Is there is any other Java code? Pl help me.
Mar 11 '12 #1
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The Javascript engine you are using doesn't know the ActiveXObject. Either find the engine that knows that object if it's available and allowed to load it or use java to do the task without calling and Javascript. You don't need to call a Javascript function to open an excel workbook.
Mar 12 '12 #2

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