WPD Automation Programming Guide
The WPD Automation object model exposes objects, methods, properties, and events that you can use to access the services and storages on a device through web applications that are written in JScript.
The following topics describe how to perform key tasks using the WPD Automation object model.
|Best Practices for Writing WPD Automation Scripts||Describes the best practices to determine which capabilities of your device are scriptable, handle WPD Automation errors in JScript, and test WPD Automation scripts locally.|
|Enumerating Services and Storages||Describes how to access and enumerate the collections of all services and storages on a device.|
|Enumerating the Content of a Service or a Storage||Describes how to access and enumerate the content of a service and of a storage.|
|Creating and Deleting Objects||Describes how to create and delete WPD objects.|
|Assigning and Getting Object Properties||Describes how to get and set device, service, storage, and object properties.|
|Reading and Writing Resource Data||Describes how to read and write resource data synchronously and asynchronously.|
|Invoking a Service-Defined Method||Describes how to invoke a service-defined method.|
|Handling Service-Defined Events||Describes how to write an event handler for a service-defined event.|