The Axsh.exe sample is a sample that demonstrates how to
implement an active scripting host.
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Microsoft scanned this file for viruses. Microsoft used the most current virus-detection software that was available on the date that the file was posted. The file is stored on security-enhanced servers that help prevent any unauthorized changes to the file.
When you run the self-extracting
executable file, the following files are expanded into the C:\Program
- Readme.txt (11.5K)
- MyScript.txt (1K)
- AshHelloWorld.dsp (5K)
- Ashhelloworld.h (9K)
- AshHelloWorld.mak (9K)
- AshHelloWorld.odl (1K)
- Ashhelloworld_i.c (1K)
- Generic.rc (3K)
- GenericApp.cpp (11.5K)
- Icon1.ico (1K)
- MyDispids.H (.5K)
- ObjectFrame.cpp (20K)
- ObjectFrame.h (3K)
- ScriptedFrame.cpp (16K)
To use the file, open it to extract the Readme.txt file and the
sample source code. The Readme.txt file contains step-by-step instructions for
implementing the ActiveX script host.
To compile the sample
application, follow these steps:
- Start in Microsoft Visual C++.
- On the File menu, click Open Workspace.
- Open the AshHelloWorld.mak file.
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Contributions by Joel Alley, Microsoft Corporation.
For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
MFCAxs.exe implements an Active Script Host using MFC