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Edit <job>
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Edit <script>

External script file
It is the reference to an existing external script file (library).
Click Get button to pick a an existing file from the current Workspace or from the all Workspaces that share scripts.
Click Browse button to browse for a file with a standard Windows file dialog.
Click Toggle Absolute/Relative button to change absolute path to a path relative to the current Project file (*.wsf), and back.
Type a new name for Script file to create a new external script file.

Embedded script
Select Embedded script to create a new embedded script. The embedded script is a part of the Project (*.wsf) file.
Script preview shows first few tens of characters of the script.

Script language
Select the language of the script. It is particularly important for embedded scripts where the language can't be resolved from the file extension.

Each <job> section can contain one or more <script> elements, either embedded or external. The scripts are executed in the order they appear in the project tree. It is possible to convert embedded script to an external one and vice versa. It is also possible to embed all the scripts at a time (when a project is finished and the file (*.wsf) is sent out).

See Also
Working with Project Tree