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How to run a VB script file to control WPF controls at run time. RRS feed

  • Question

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    Challenges:

    I need sample code on the scenarion mention below.

    "How to run a VB script file to control WPF controls at run time."

    Please guide me in this aspect.

    i wiil be grateful if i get guidance on the same

    Thanks.

    shruthii

    Wednesday, March 15, 2006 5:43 AM

Answers

  • You can build VB/XAML applications.

    Install VS "Orcas" preview after Visual Studio or VB Express and you will see the VB Project templates.

    Using VB you can control WPF controls at runtime.

     

    VB Script is something different.  VB Script is an unmanaged script engine.  I'm assuming you are not really asking for VB Script support, but instead would prefer full VB.

    Does that answer your question.

    Thanks,

    Rob Relyea
    WPF, PM
    http://longhornblogs.com/rrelyea

    Wednesday, March 15, 2006 12:49 PM

All replies

  • You can build VB/XAML applications.

    Install VS "Orcas" preview after Visual Studio or VB Express and you will see the VB Project templates.

    Using VB you can control WPF controls at runtime.

     

    VB Script is something different.  VB Script is an unmanaged script engine.  I'm assuming you are not really asking for VB Script support, but instead would prefer full VB.

    Does that answer your question.

    Thanks,

    Rob Relyea
    WPF, PM
    http://longhornblogs.com/rrelyea

    Wednesday, March 15, 2006 12:49 PM
  •  Hi  Rob Relyea,

    Thanks a lot for your prompt reply .But it's great hearing from you so soon.

    But issue is like ------------

    "In the short term we are looking to convert the screens to WPF but use the existing VB script to control the Buissness logic. Over time we will migrate away from VB Script but initially the cost of rewriting it is too great."

     

     

    If you can come up with certain suggestion ,then it will be great.

     

    Meanwhile we get hold with this issue.We need more declarative and descriptive guidlines on the same.

     

    Again we appriciate your concen and valuable suggestion to our issue.

     

    Awaiting for your reply.

     

    Thanks.

     

    Thursday, March 16, 2006 6:16 AM