- simple or extensive data display and entry boxes (“property sheets”) to allow users to view and display design data using the full power of HTML, including links to outside resources on the web
- import and export of any type of design data using the power of a general-purpose programming language
- new menu commands and functions, such as searching for and updating attribute values, saving and backing up files, creating symbols based on given parameters, organizing and updating libraries, etc.
- linking design data to local or remote databases or web services
- creating and connecting circuit and design elements using script facilities
Click here for more information on where scripts are stored and the various ways they can be invoked.
For an introduction to the language, go to the User’s Guide or the Language Reference available on the Microsoft web site.
NOTE: Pages on the Microsoft site are moved and renamed frequently. If this link doesn’t work, then search for “JScript User's Guide” or “JScript Language Reference”.
- See the section LogicWorks Object Model for an overview of the objects and methods available inside LogicWorks.
- See the Examples section where we break down some sample scripts in detail.
- See the How to Invoke a Script section for more information on the ways script execution can be integrated into the LogicWorks pacakge.
- Refer to the example scripts provided with the package in the Utility Scripts folder.