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WMS Active Script Event Handler - general properties

The WMS Active Script Event Handler plug-in enables you to attach a custom script that you can use to provide feedback about events on your Windows Media server. You can write the script in any scripting language that supports the Microsoft ActiveX scripting interfaces; for example, Microsoft JScript, Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript), Perl, PScript, and Python. You can configure the following options for this plug-in.

Item Description
File name of script to run Type the name of the script file that you want to run. In the Windows Media Services snap-in, you can also click Browse to locate the file.
Debugging information Settings in this area determine whether or not you will use a debugger with your script file.
Enable script debugging Select this option to attach the Microsoft Script Debugger to your script file. If an error is encountered while running the script, the debugger stops the script, traps the error, and presents the error in a dialog box to enable you to troubleshoot the problem.
Last script error information Settings in this area provide information about the last error encountered when the specified script was run.
Line number Displays the line number in the script file where the error was encountered.
Character Column Displays the character number in the line where the error was encountered.
Most recent error message Displays the error code that the scripting engine encountered.

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