Scripting is widely spread. Here some examples.
Windows Graphical Version of command line scripting. See also Cscript, Windows command line scripting. For code examples look at the VBA part. Both Cscript and Wscript are covered on the Microsoft Script Center and MSN pages. There are references for
- VBScript, Visual Basic Script
- WSH, Windows Script Host
- WMI, Windows Management Instrumentation
- ADSI, Active Directory Service Interfaces
Also an help file is available (Script56.chm) on the Microsoft site.
- Windows Script Host, The starting page for Windows Scripting
- Objects Windows Script Host, Scripting Objects.
- Methods Windows Script Host, Scripting Methods.
Windows Batch and Cmd
- Cscript, Windows Command Line Scripting
- Wscript, Windows Graphical Version of command line scripting Cscript.
- Windows Command Line
- MSDN Microsoft Scripting, (Tip) downloads
Windows Script Component
Windows® Script Component files are XML (Extensible Markup Language) that are much like HTML files, but contain special elements that define the script component and its behavior. The elements used for defining script components are not HTML tags, but are XML elements specifically used for script component definitions.
To register a component:
To use the component
dim oTest set oTest = CreateObject("filename.wsc" .. oTest.<function>