Using the Script Editor window

Integration Manager has a built-in Script Editor window that you can use to write scripts for your integration. The Script Editor window automatically opens when you attach a script. (See Attaching scripts to integrations, Attaching scripts to ODBC or text sources, and Attaching scripts to fields.)

The Script Editor acts like any basic text editor. The commands on the File and Edit menus allow you to edit, cut, copy, paste, and save your scripts.

You can use the VBScript Library for Integration Manager to check the syntax of your script. In the Script Editor window, choose Script > Script Library to open the VBScript Library. The VBScript Library for Integration Manager is a collection of commonly used scripts that you might find useful in your integrations.

To make composing and editing scripts easier, the Script Editor includes line numbering, which you can turn on and off from the Edit menu, and it includes unlimited undo and redo functionality, which is also on the Edit menu. If you select multiple lines and press tab, you can indent several lines at once. Also, if you are working on a long script, you can use a horizontal splitter so you can see two areas of the script at the same time. This horizontal splitter is located just above the vertical scroll bar.

As you compose scripts, you will notice that the Script Editor automatically highlights syntax and maintains the tab positions from the previous line. It also employs keyword case normalization as you type. For example, it changes “dim” to “Dim”.

To save the script and close the Script Editor, choose File > Save and Close.

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