Editing a VB script from within Revolution
kray at sonsothunder.com
Wed Mar 22 14:27:11 EST 2006
On 3/22/06 1:10 PM, "Thomas McGrath III" <3mcgrath at adelphia.net> wrote:
> If I understand this the "VBS" will run if "VB Script" is in
> pSriptType because there is no break after the case "VB Script"?
> I just never wrote a switch that way and well, this is the first time
> I've seen that.
Yes you're right. If there's no "break", the case will fall through to the
next case. I use this to provide different options to the end user.
> What is the difference between straight to console and not? Why is
> that important?
Excellent question, and unfortunately one I can't remember! :-)
I remember putting it into the code for others that may want to use the
option, but I never have. And after looking on Microsoft's site, it looks
like it may be no longer an option. So just ignore it for now.
> Lastly, I notice that Python is not among the parameters. Is it not a
> choice or is it so different as to not work in this case?
To be honest, I know so little about Python that I didn't know if you can
execute Python code in a similar way as VB Script. Do you know if it can?
I'd love to extend stsDoScript, but don't know what needs to be done.
> P.S. I just tried a vb script stored in a field and it worked and is
> Thank you so much for this.
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