The following sections include information about the Windows Script Host XML elements.
XML processing instruction that specifies attributes for error handling.
Indicates that a file should be parsed as XML.
Marks the descriptive text that appears when the user runs ShowUsage() or runs the script with the /? command line switch.
Makes your script self documenting.
Marks the beginning and the end of a job within a Windows Script file (*.wsf).
Marks a particular named argument to the script.
XML element that is used in Windows Script component files and that defines objects that can be referenced by script.
Encloses multiple job definitions in a Windows Script Host control (.wsf) file.
XML element that includes a reference to an external type library.
XML element that isolates textual or numeric data that should not be hard-coded into a script.
Groups together the set of run-time arguments for a script.
XML element that contains script to define the behavior of a Windows Script component.
Describes an unnamed argument for the script.
Allows user to override default usage display.
List of elements that make up WSH Reference.
Learn the basics of WSH.