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NiceLabel VBscript to make label print output

NiceLabel VBscript to make label print output

NiceLabel VBscript to make label print output


We use NiceLabel software for our production/shipping department. Our label fields are taken from SQL table or programmed with VBScript. I have some special assignment now.
I have one table TWeek (Week in a year of production) TYear(year of production). So like 15W-2020Y.

I would like to program formula to convert this table dataWeek and Year to date DD.MM.YYYY
I have found these 2 options in VBScript, but i can't run it. Object required: 'Wscript'

Dim year: year = 2016
Dim wn: wn = 45
Dim wd: wd = DateAdd("ww", wn, DateSerial(year,1,1))
WScript.Echo wd - WeekDay(wd, vbMonday) + 1

and other option:

Function DateYWkWd(year, wn, wd)
' returns date based von VbMondeay and vbFirstFourDays

Jan4 = Dateserial(year,1,4) ' garantied to be in first week
DateYWkWd = DateAdd("ww",wn-1, DateAdd("d",wd-Weekday(Jan4,2),Jan4))
end Function

Thank you for help,


RE: NiceLabel VBscript to make label print output

Nicelabel hosts Vbscript (well, it's own version, which differs a bit from Microsoft's) itself, does not use wscript (or cscript), so just use echo rather than wscript.echo

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