This section describes how you can manage VB .NET scripts.
Finding and Replacing Code in Scripts
Find and replace code in VB .NET scripts to speed script modification.
Navigating Code in Scripts Using Bookmarks
Use bookmarks to navigate to key portions of the script.
Adding Script Input Parameters
Scripts can receive data from a visual test in an input parameter, and, conversely, pass data to visual tests in an output parameter.
Editing Script Input Parameters
Edit an input parameter in a script to reflect possible changes in the script or visual test that passes the parameter.
Deleting an Input Parameter from a Script
If necessary, you can delete an input parameter from a script.
Adding Script Output Parameters
Add output parameters to a script to pass data to visual tests.
Editing Script Output Parameters
Edit an output parameter of a script to pass different data to a visual test.
Deleting an Output Parameter from a Script
If necessary, you can delete an output parameter from a script.
Adding a File to a Script
You can add a file that the script references to logically segment code for distinct purposes.
Deleting a File from a Script
You can delete a file that a script references.
Renaming a File in a Script
You can rename a file that a script references.
Referencing .NET Assemblies from a .NET Script
To provide full functionality to a manually created .NET script, add .NET assemblies from the .NET framework as references to the script reference library.
Referencing Classes in Another .NET Script from a .NET Script
To use classes defined in another .NET script in a .NET script, add a reference to the other .NET script to the .NET script.
Removing a Reference from the Script Reference Library
Remove references from the references library when necessary.
Browse for .NET Script Dialog Box
Describes the controls on the
Browse for .NET Script
Comparing .NET Scripts
Compare two different .NET scripts or two versions of the same .NET script to see which differences are between the two .NET scripts.