V8 Customization - VB.Net Question

Thanks Gary!



Thanks,

Joe Rojas

IT Manager

TNCO, Inc.

781-447-6661 x7506

jrojas@...



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Hi Joe

The script editor tab accessable via turning on developer mode and
opening a screen (e.g. sales order entry) selecting tools then
customization supports full VB.NET code.

Not sure why its called vbscript in the Manual, but it is VB.Net

Gary Parfrey

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Subject: [Vantage] V8 Customization - VB.Net Question

Hello,

I was reading the "Introduction to Customization Student Manual".

The book describes adding "code points" using "VBScript".

Is "VBScript" Epicor's way of referring to VB.Net or is the programming
language that is used when customizing a subset of VB.Net and is really
a scripting language?

Thanks,

Joe Rojas

IT Manager

TNCO, Inc.

781-447-6661 x7506

jrojas@... <mailto:jrojas%40tnco-inc.com>
<mailto:jrojas%40tnco-inc.com>

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Hello,



I was reading the "Introduction to Customization Student Manual".

The book describes adding "code points" using "VBScript".



Is "VBScript" Epicor's way of referring to VB.Net or is the programming
language that is used when customizing a subset of VB.Net and is really
a scripting language?



Thanks,

Joe Rojas

IT Manager

TNCO, Inc.

781-447-6661 x7506

jrojas@...



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Hi Joe



The script editor tab accessable via turning on developer mode and
opening a screen (e.g. sales order entry) selecting tools then
customization supports full VB.NET code.



Not sure why its called vbscript in the Manual, but it is VB.Net



Gary Parfrey

.

________________________________

From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of Joe Rojas
Sent: 26 July 2006 17:57
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] V8 Customization - VB.Net Question



Hello,

I was reading the "Introduction to Customization Student Manual".

The book describes adding "code points" using "VBScript".

Is "VBScript" Epicor's way of referring to VB.Net or is the programming
language that is used when customizing a subset of VB.Net and is really
a scripting language?

Thanks,

Joe Rojas

IT Manager

TNCO, Inc.

781-447-6661 x7506

jrojas@... <mailto:jrojas%40tnco-inc.com>

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