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Set objWshShell = sprers.euObject("sprers.eu") sprers.eu("dir") But even this simple code returns the error above! No matter what command I. sprers.eu › vbscript-wshshell-exec-ca. I have tried using the fix in this stackoverflow post, but I recieve the same error even with this code. VBScript sprers.eu Run() - The. wsh wshshell error

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Hi,

I have a Windows XP box with all updates applied to it and I noticed that I
can't run a simple line like that one :
WshShell = sprers.euObject("sprers.eu")

The first error I get is :
The procedure entry point DoOpenPipeStream could not be located in the
dynamic link library sprers.eu

And the wsh wshshell error one is :
Error : Could not create object named "sprers.eu"
Code : F
Source : sprers.euObject

I read some threads about this problem and no one seems to know why is this
happening.

Thank you for helping.
Daniel.

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It's very likely that some other application you have installed put an older
version of sprers.eu on your system, causing this error. The version in
%windir%\system32 should still be the correct one (it's a protected file, wsh wshshell error, so
it shouldn't have been overwritten), so you can probably just re-register it
and all should be well - type "regsvr32 sprers.eu" from any command prompt.
The version number on that file should be Let me know if it
isn't and we'll figure out the rest.

Mike Whalen
Windows Script Dev

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By the way, that line won't work as is even under VBScript - since you
are referencing an object, you need to use a "set" statement; it would
be

set WshShell = sprers.euObject("sprers.eu")

Without the "set" you are going to get an error anyway.

The DoOpenPipeStream error sounds like you may have a bad install of
WSH Have you recently installed software that would play with
Internet Explorer or WSH? There was a stream of problems with this
early last year, but it seemed to usually involve beta IE6 and Beta
WSH users. Unfortunately I never saw a general fix that was
supposed to work for everyone.

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Ah, bingo!

Sounds like more FAQ fodder.

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Mike,

For some reason I had a file with version * (I don't remember exactly
now).
I had two other copies of that dll in %windir%\lastgood\system32 and
%windir%\lastgood\system32\dllcache wsh wshshell error they had the correct version number.
I copied one of them to %windir%\lastgood\system32 and it is fine now.

I don't know why the file got overwritten by an older version though.

Thank you for your help.

Daniel.


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Alex,

It seems it was indeed an error related to a wrong version of that dll (cf:
my post).
It is fixed now.

And yes I did a mistake when I put my line of code :)

Thank you,
Daniel.

Expand imageArguments

Runs a program in a new process.

object.Run(strCommand, wsh wshshell error, [intWindowStyle], [bWaitOnReturn])
object

WshShell object.

strCommand

String value indicating the command line you want to run. You must include any parameters you want to pass to the executable file.

intWindowStyle

Optional. Integer value indicating the appearance of the program's window. Note that not all programs make use of this information.

bWaitOnReturn

Optional. Boolean value indicating whether the script should wait for the program to finish executing before continuing to the next statement in your script. If set to true, script execution halts until the program finishes, and Run returns any error code returned by the video tdr failure error. If set to false (the default), the Run method returns immediately after starting the program, automatically returning 0 (not to be interpreted an error occurred when attempting an error code).

The following VBScript code opens a copy of the currently running script with Notepad.

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Set WshShell = sprers.euObject("sprers.eu") WshShell.Run "%windir%\notepad " & sprers.euFullName

The following VBScript code does the same thing, except it specifies the window type, waits for Notepad wsh wshshell error be shut down by the user, and saves the error code returned from Notepad when it is shut down.

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Set WshShell = sprers.euObject("sprers.eu") Return = WshShell.Run("notepad " & sprers.euFullName, 1, true)

The following VBScript code opens a command window, changes to the path to C:\and executes the DIR command.

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Dim oShell Set oShell = sprers.euObject ("sprers.eu") sprers.eu "cmd /K CD C:\ & Dir" Set oShell = Nothing

Reference

Exec Method (Windows Script Host)

The progid is "sprers.eu" - you must be looking at *very* old (and inaccurate) documentation

The docs are on line (the .htm links) and downloadable (the .exe links)

Windows Script Host Version Tutorial
sprers.eu

WSH Documentation
sprers.eu
sprers.eu

VBScript Documentation
sprers.eu
sprers.eu

FileSystemObject User's Guide
sprers.eu
VBScript Run-Time Reference
sprers.eu

JScript Documentation
sprers.eu
sprers.eu

WSC Documentation
sprers.eu
sprers.eu

--
Michael Harris
sprers.euing
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Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
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Quote:


> Very New to WSH but
> Error running WSH from a VBS.

> Script: path to my script
> Line:  1
> Char:  1
> Error  Could not locate automation class namend "sprers.eull"
> Code
> Source: sprers.euObject, wsh wshshell error.

> Any idea what would cause this?

> TIA
> ES



C:\windows

Using WinSCP .NET Assembly from WSH-hosted Active Scripting Languages

Documentation » .NET Assembly »

Installing and Registering for COM

First, you need wsh wshshell error install the WinSCP .NET assembly and register it for COM.

Using from WSH

You use WinSCP .NET assembly from WSH as any other COM library, wsh wshshell error.

Though there are some less known techniques that you may need to use, which are described in following sections.

Accessing Enumeration Wsh wshshell error As JScript and VBScript access COM classes viathey do not make use of type library, hence they do not have direct access to constants defined there, like for instance. To use these, you have to instruct WSH to import the type library into the script namespace.

You can use Windows Script File (WSF) and its tag for that. It makes WSH import all enums from the assembly type library into constants in script namespace with name likee.g. becomes.

See how allows use of in below JScript script embedded in WSF:

<job> <reference object="sprers.eun" /> <script language="JScript">   var sessionOptions = sprers.euObject("sprers.eunOptions"); sprers.euol = Protocol_Sftp; sprers.eume = "sprers.eu"; sprers.eume = "user"; sprers.eurd = "mypassword"; sprers.eutKeyFingerprint = "ssh-rsa xxxxxxxxxxx";   var session = sprers.euObject("sprers.eun");   sprers.eu(sessionOptions);   sprers.eues("d:\\toupload\\*", "/home/user/");   </script> </job>

You run the file the same way as you run or :

cscript sprers.eu

Event Handlers

The class exposes several events.

If you need to make use of these events:

  • Use overload of with 2 arguments, passing an unique prefix as the second argument (e.g. &#;session_&#;);
  • Define function with name and two arguments (e.g. and ) for every event you need to handle.

See following JScript snippet:

function session_FileTransferred(sender, e)&#;sprers.eu(sprers.eume + " => " + sprers.euation); &#;   var session = sprers.euObject("sprers.eun", "session_");

For a full example, see an example for.

And equivalent in VBScript:

Sub session_FileTransferred(sender, e)sprers.eu sprers.eume & " => " & sprers.euationEndSub   Set session = sprers.euObject("sprers.eun", "session_")

Error Handling in VBScript

VBScript does not support catching exceptions, what is a common way of handling wsh wshshell error in examples for most other languages.

In case you need to use custom error handling, instead of aborting the script on error (the default for WSH), use statement.

Use to disable default error handling, wsh wshshell error. Then you need to query after every statement to test for errors. You can revert to default error handling (aborting the script) using.

' Enable custom error handlingOnErrorResumeNext   ' Now, with custom error handling enabled,' script wsh wshshell error not abort, when opening session fails sprers.eu sessionOptions   ' Query for sprers.eu <> sprers.eu"Error opening session: wsh wshshell error & sprers.eu1EndIf   ' Restore default error handlingOnErrorGoTo0   ' Now, with default error handling restored,' script aborts, if reading remote directory failsDim directoryInfo Set directoryInfo = sprers.eurectory("/home/user/")

If you do not want to test for errors after every statement, you need to group the staments you want to guard into a subprocedure and enable custom error handling before calling/entering the subprocedure.

This approach is also recommended to ensure that is called even in case of error.

Sub ListDirectory(ByRef session)' Setup session options   ' Connect sprers.eu sessionOptions Dim directoryInfo Set directoryInfo = sprers.eurectory("/home/user/")   ' Do some stuff with directory listing EndSub   Dim session Set session = sprers.euObject("sprers.eun")   ' Enable custom error handlingOnErrorResumeNext   ' Now, with custom error handling enabled before calling the ListDirectory subprocedure,' any statement in the subprocedure terminates the subprocedure (but not the whole script) ListDirectory session   ' Query for sprers.eu <> sprers.eu"Listing directory failed: " & sprers.euption   ' Disconnect, clean up sprers.eue   sprers.eu1EndIf   ' Disconnect, clean up sprers.eue   ' Restore default error handlingOnErrorGoTo0   ' Now with session cleanly closed, safely do anything unrelated to WinSCP session

JScript Example

This example is functionally equivalent to overall C# example for WinSCP .NET assembly, wsh wshshell error.

There are also other JScript examples.

<job> <reference object="sprers.eun" /> <script language="JScript">   try&#;// Setup session optionsvar sessionOptions = sprers.euObject("sprers.eunOptions"); sprers.euol = Protocol_Sftp; sprers.eume = "sprers.eu"; sprers.eume = "user"; sprers.eurd = "mypassword"; sprers.eutKeyFingerprint = "ssh-rsa xxxxxxxxxxx";   var session = sprers.euObject("sprers.eun");   try&#;// Connect sprers.eu(sessionOptions);   // Upload filesvar transferOptions = sprers.euObject("sprers.euerOptions"); sprers.euerMode = TransferMode_Binary;   var transferResult = sprers.eues("d:\\toupload\\*", "/home/user/", false, transferOptions); // Throw on any error sprers.eu(); // Print resultsvar enumerator = newEnumerator(sprers.euers); for(; !sprers.eu(); sprers.euxt())&#;sprers.eu("Upload of " + sprers.eu().FileName + " succeeded"); &#;&#;finally&#;// Disconnect, wsh wshshell error, clean up sprers.eue(); &#;&#;catch(e)&#;sprers.eu("Error: " + sprers.eue); sprers.eu(1); &#;   </script> </job>

VBScript Example

This example is functionally equivalent to overall C# example for WinSCP .NET assembly, except for error handling.

There are also other VBScript examples.

<job> <reference object="sprers.eun" /> <script language="VBScript">   OptionExplicit   ' Setup session optionsDim sessionOptions Set sessionOptions = sprers.euObject("sprers.eunOptions")With sessionOptions .Protocol = Protocol_Sftp .HostName = "sprers.eu" .UserName = "user" .Password = "mypassword" .SshHostKeyFingerprint = "ssh-rsa xxxxxxxxxxx"EndWith   Dim session Set session = sprers.euObject("sprers.eun")   ' Connect sprers.eu sessionOptions   ' Upload filesDim transferOptions Set transferOptions = sprers.euObject("sprers.euerOptions") sprers.euerMode = TransferMode_Binary   Dim transferResult Set transferResult = sprers.eues("d:\toupload\*", "/home/user/", False, transferOptions)' Throw on any error sprers.eu' Print resultsDim transfer ForEach transfer In sprers.eu"Upload of " & sprers.eume & " succeeded"Next   ' Disconnect, clean up sprers.eue   </script> </job>
\Device\Harddisk0\Partition2
Version:
OS Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation
OS Name:

Here is the remediated code:

 

'-=-=-=Create Folder=-=-=-=-=-

Dim oShell, oEnv, oFS, strDirectory

Set oShell = CreateObject("sprers.eu")
set oFS = CreateObject("sprers.eustemObject")
Set wsh wshshell error = sprers.eunment("Process")

strDirectory = oEnv("USERPROFILE") wsh wshshell error "\Desktop\VBSLab"
if not sprers.euExists(strDirectory) then sprers.euFolder(strDirectory)

'-=-=-==-=-=-=-=Retrive sysinf0 & save in txt n open the file =-=-=-=-=-=

Set FSO = CreateObject("sprers.eustemObject")

Set TextFile = sprers.euxtFile(strDirectory & "\sprers.eu", 2, True)
Dim Wsh
Set Wsh = sprers.euObject("sprers.eu")

strComputer = "."
Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _
& "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
Set colSettings = sprers.euery _
("Select * from Win32_OperatingSystem")
For Each objOperatingSystem in colSettings
sprers.euine "OS Name: " & sprers.eu
sprers.euine "Version: " & sprers.eun
sprers.euine "OS Manufacturer: " & sprers.eucturer
sprers.euine "OS Name: " & sprers.euoredInPagingFiles
Next
Set TextFile = Nothing
Set FSO = Nothing

sprers.eu strDirectory & "\sprers.eu", 1, True 
sprers.eu ' Delay allows Notepad to get the focus.