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Creating scriptable application

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Hello

I don't know if anyone else has seen this, but recently there was an
article on msdn.microsoft.com about making your application scriptable
through the Windows Scripting Host. Does anyone have the link to that
article, or does anyone have any pointers on how to do this. I have
some functions in my application that if I could script through WSH it
would really help in automating some of the more manual process that we
have.

I can get into specifics if anyone wants to... but I was mainly looking
for the MSDN article and some general pointers.

Thanks
john
Nov 21 '05 #1
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On Mon, 16 May 2005 14:41:50 -0500, John Wildes <jw*****@gmail.com>
wrote:
Hello

I don't know if anyone else has seen this, but recently there was an
article on msdn.microsoft.com about making your application scriptable
through the Windows Scripting Host. Does anyone have the link to that
article, or does anyone have any pointers on how to do this. I have
some functions in my application that if I could script through WSH it
would really help in automating some of the more manual process that we
have.

I can get into specifics if anyone wants to... but I was mainly looking
for the MSDN article and some general pointers.

Thanks
john


I remember doing something like that in VB6. I stored the scripts
into a text file, then had to read them into a string variable to pass
into the ScriptHost object. It than executed the script as expected.
I always referred to it as a poor man's plugin because of the
limitations of VBScript.

Try googling for ScriptHostObjectModel.

Tibby
Nov 21 '05 #2

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