Reply to: Call VBScript function from JScript?July 29, 2010 at 6:07 pm
Because of the way Windows script engines work you cannot mix things like this.
I can think of two solutions I can think of.
1) Rewrite the function that is being called in JScript or rewrite the calling code in VBscript.
2) Leave things as you have them and use a DocumentProperties object to temporarily store your string then at the start of the called macro read the value in.
Here are examples directly from the Programmer's Guide:
Setting a value using the Add method:
[code]var curDoc, curDocProps;
Reading the value using the Item method (I've changed the last line to be an Alert rather than SaveAs):
[code]var curDoc, curDocProps, ptf;
ptf = curDocProps.item(“PreviewTempFile”);
Which of these two options is more work I cannot say as you have simplified your example. If it was truly as you have written, or even if it was 10 or 20 lines, I'd probably take a few minutes to rewrite one of them just to make things easier to debug.
In general I would recommend standardizing on one scripting language for everything and then maybe, if there was something only a specific language can do, make that one exception (however, in my experience there always seems to be a way).