bulevardi — 2011-01-08T09:34:15-05:00 — #1
This example is much simplified as the original script.
Is it possible in VBscript to write dynamic hardcoded javascipt function that pass arguments?
m = "my message"
var messContainer = document.getElementById("messages");
messContainer.innerHTML = message;
All scripts are in the same html page.
I went on VB forums, but they're not quite helpful :s
awasson — 2011-01-08T20:48:15-05:00 — #2
You're talking about using vbscript in the browser as opposed to vbscript on the server right?
bulevardi — 2011-01-09T11:38:47-05:00 — #3
Well, it's about VBscript, not running on a web hosting server, but in a folder on a hard drive for a small intraweb.
Well it's a project with Excel data that need to be read by Internet Explorer.
VBScript seemed the easiest way...
(If I would do this project on my own, I did it with web technologies like I do for my personal web projects (php/MySQL, datasases).
Why with Excel? Ask that question to my boss.... (he'll explain about budgets and infrastructure we don't get for the project).)
Anyway... the purpose of the script would be:
Can anyone help?
awasson — 2011-01-09T13:48:47-05:00 — #4
I thought that might be the case.
So all of the processing will be done in IE and not on the server right?
If it's going to run on IE only why don't you do everything in VBScript? It's been a while since I've coded any VBScript for client side but as I recall it has a lot to offer for IE only intranet sites.
bulevardi — 2011-01-10T03:48:06-05:00 — #5
Ok I see, I'll give it a try in VBscript only.
awasson — 2011-01-10T12:49:37-05:00 — #6
Good luck with the project!
bulevardi — 2011-01-24T12:44:15-05:00 — #7
It's working already.
Contains the following stuff:
* [Calling VBScript functions from another frame]
* [Let VBScript relocate]