Referencing .NET Assemblies from a .NET Script

When you record a script, all the references that are appropriate for the controls that you interacted with are automatically added to the reference library. If you manually create a script or add an additional application configuration, you might need to manually add references to the library. You can add .NET assemblies from the .NET framework as references for a .NET script.

  1. To add a reference to the script reference library, right-click in the Properties pane and then choose Add .NET Assembly Reference. The Add .NET Assembly Reference dialog box opens.
  2. To add a component, perform one of the following steps:
    • Double-click a component from the component list.
    • Click Browse and navigate to the component that you want to add, click Open, and then click OK.
    The Path column lists the location of the DLL file.
The new component displays in the Properties pane in the References category.