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Double-clicking WhoHasvbs should execute it in WScript First, you'll be asked which server you want to connect to Provide the server name, making sure you have administrative permissions on that server (the script will be using your user credentials to access the server) Next, provide the complete path and filename of the file you want to check For example, suppose a folder on the server, named D:\Shares\Sales, is shared as Sales A user is accessing a file named \\Server\Sales\SalesGoalsdoc, and you want to find out which user it is You'd type D:\Shares\Sales\SalesGoalsdoc, because that's the server-local path to the file When you click OK whoops! There's an error on line 10 (or another line, depending on how you typed the script)! That's not good! Looks like you're ready to start debugging your first script < Day Day Up >
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Microsoft offers a free script debugger from wwwMicrosoftcom/scripting After you download and install the debugger, it will be available for the scripts that you write In Figure 217, I've started the debugger, loaded WhoHasvbs, and started execution As you can see, the first line of code is highlighted, meaning the debugger is waiting to execute that code (it automatically skipped the very first line of text, which is just a comment line) Figure 217 Debugging WhoHasvbs
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At this point, I can press F8 to execute just the highlighted line of text Doing so displays an input box requesting the server name; after I provide that and click OK, the debugger jumps to the next line of text A distinct disadvantage of the Microsoft Debugger is its lack of access to variable contents; in the VbsEdit debugger, I could hover my mouse over the varServer variable to verify that it contains whatever server name I had typed I can keep pressing F8 to execute each line of code, one at a time, until I run into the error again as I do on line 10 Time to look at line 10 more carefully The problem, in fact, is the word lamanserver It should be lanmanserver, with an "n" after the initial "la" Correcting that lets the script continue normally Often times, the debugger is the best way to see what "path" VBScript is taking For example, your script might be behaving unexpectedly because you entered an incorrect logical comparison, perhaps typing ">" instead of "<" in a numeric comparison Those types of errors won't necessarily generate errors at least, not ones you'd be able to track down easily but using the debugger can let you "walk" through script one line at a time as it executes and spot the location where the script's logic begins to go wrong < Day Day Up >
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VBScript is easy to execute, because WScriptexe has been included with every major release of Windows since Windows 98 And, in Windows 2000 and later, WScript is even under Windows File Protection, ensuring that your users can't accidentally delete it After you've taken precautions to ensure that only your scripts will execute (something I'll address in 28), you'll be ready to run! Editing scripts can be a bit less satisfying Windows doesn't come with any built-in tools specifically for editing scripts, and Notepad is a poor substitute An advanced text editor like Programmer's File Editor makes things easier, and you can acquire some well-designed editors designed specifically for VBScript Unfortunately, the most powerful script editors don't compare with the convenience and flexibility of professional software development tools like Visual Studio On the other hand, your scripts probably won't ever be as complicated as most software development projects, so the extra convenience and flexibility isn't required COMING UP Now that you know everything you need to create and execute scripts, you're ready to start learning how they work 3 will cover the various components of a script, and introduce some sample scripts for you to review 4 will let you practice everything you've learned in Part I by designing a script from scratch < Day Day Up >
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