Yes, Use the Constants starting with
in the method you found.
Thanks. As I understand it, however, this only works for the script that is currently being run, correct? We need to loop through all the scripts we have (without running them, just looking at their properties) to get information about them. Do you know if this is possible to do?
Upto my knowledge, there is not any straight way to get information for other scripts,
In this case you will have to read the files (.loc, .info) located at
through your ARIS script.
Have a look at those files, you would get what you need there.
If you are comfortable with vbscript or possibly .NET, you can parse the .info and .loc files for information.
I am currently working on a version control application in .NET that parses these files and displays them in a tree structure. The application will also assign version information to custom built scripts.
Cargill Aris Technical Analyst
Minneapolis, MN, USA