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Using .net classes in vbscript

Using .net classes in vbscript

Using .net classes in vbscript

I can use the generic collections but I can't use networks and sockets

CODE --> this_works

set nal = CreateObject("System.Collections.ArrayList") 

CODE --> this_does_not_work

set sock = CreateObject("System.Net.Sockets.Socket") 
How do I find out which .net classes are available in vbscript. I am assuming this list is stored somewhere. I had a grope around the registry but could not find anything.

RE: Using .net classes in vbscript

Start at Computer\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\System.AccessViolationException

Anything there starting System. is in theory available to VBscript (you'll note that System.Net is not there...)

RE: Using .net classes in vbscript

Thanks - looks like I'll have to write a script to search for System. in HKCR to see what is available.

RE: Using .net classes in vbscript

Or you could just open the registry and have a quick peek ...

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