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C# Interfaces for the Windows Scripting Host

, 18 May 2007 CPOL
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Introducing a C# implementation of the interfaces required to implement a Windows Scripting Host
Screenshot - ZetaActiveScript_01.png

Introduction

For the upcoming version 8 of our Windows based CMS Zeta Producer, I included the Windows Scripting Host for VBScript files into the application. Therefore I was in the need to get all the interfaces required to implement my own host.

Since it was rather hard and time-consuming to put all these interfaces together, I wrote this article to make it easier for others requiring the same information.

Therefore this article simply lists the interfaces but does not show any implementations of them. (Of course, please still do vote with a high rating for the article).

Defined Types

The following interfaces are defined:

The following enums are defined:

Using the Code

As mentioned above, this article is a reference for Windows Script interfaces, not an article about how to actually write your own Windows Scripting host.

For more information about this topic, please refer to Google or one of the following websites:

Conclusion

In this article, I've shown you the C# implementation of the interfaces to the Windows Scripting Host engine.

I would be happy to get your feedback in the comments section at the end of this article. Feel free to ask your questions or provide me with suggestions and enhancements.

History

  • 2007-05-18: Initial release of the article

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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About the Author

Uwe Keim
Chief Technology Officer Zeta Producer Desktop CMS
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Uwe does programming since 1989 with experiences in Assembler, C++, MFC and lots of web- and database stuff and now uses ASP.NET and C# extensively, too. He has also teached programming to students at the local university.
 
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Comments and Discussions

 
Generalminimalistic implementation [modified] Pinmembervidocq_326-Nov-11 1:10 
QuestionHow to use it... Pinmemberdeep_spins1-Aug-11 1:13 
AnswerRe: How to use it... PinsitebuilderUwe Keim1-Aug-11 1:37 
GeneralCasting weirdness PinmemberPeter Wone3-Oct-08 2:09 
QuestionIActiveScriptSiteWindow PinmemberCrackhour15-Aug-08 17:57 
AnswerRe: IActiveScriptSiteWindow PinmemberCrackhour16-Aug-08 13:19 
GeneralScripting From Applications PinmemberGuy Schettig12-Aug-08 2:41 
Good article.
 
We're converting a MFC application which implemented IActiveScript. Is this the current way to go with C# and will Microsoft be supporting it in the future?
 
GMS-
GeneralRe: Scripting From Applications PinsitebuilderUwe Keim12-Aug-08 3:02 
GeneralGreat article Pinmemberarmagedescu19-Jul-07 0:33 
GeneralRe: Great article PinsitebuilderUwe Keim19-Jul-07 0:36 

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