Creating a Windows® Script Component (.wsc) file is much like creating any file containing scripts, including HTML files. The following topics provide information about the basic layout of a script component file, as well as information about creating registration information and type libraries.
In This Section
- Script Component File Contents
Learn about the XML (Extensible Markup Language) elements required for a script component.
- Using The Script Component Wizard
Use the Script Component Wizard to create a script component file.
- Creating Registration Information
Create information in the script component file that is used to register it as a COM component.
- Exposing Methods
Add methods to your script component.
- Exposing Properties
Add properties to your script component.
- Exposing Events
Define and fire custom events in your script component.
- Creating a Script Component Type Library
Create a type library for your script component so it can be used more easily in the host application.
- Referencing Other Components
Include global references to objects you need in your scripts, to external type libraries that provide constants for use in your scripts, or to resources that point to strings or values not hard-coded into your scripts.
- Referencing Another Script Component in the Same Package
When including multiple script components in the same package, embed the functionality of one script component inside another.
- Checking For Errors in Script Component Files
Add compile-time error checking to your script component.
- Script Component Files and XML Conformance
Learn about XML conformance.