The Login Enterprise script editor is available with our newest version of Login Enterprise (4.2) The script editor allows you to create and edit existing scripts without the need to install visual studio code. You can download the Login Enterprise Script editor from the Login Enterprise appliance under Applications.
Once downloaded you can open the scripting editor by executing the "Scripteditor.exe".
The requirements are as follows:
- Windows 8 and later
- Windows server 2012R2 and later
- .NET framework 4.6.1
When starting the script editor you are prompted with two options. Create a new application or open an existing application. When you select "create a new Login Enterprise Application" you will be prompted with a new window asking for some details.
- Script Location - Where do you want your application script to be saved?
- Application type - Executable or Browser
- Target - Path to the executable you want to test.
When selecting the browser option you will need to choose your browser version and supply a URL to test against.
Using the script editor
At the top of the editor you will find a couple of options. They do the following:
- New - Creates a new application script
- Open - Opens an existing application script
- NOTE: When opening an existing application script (.cs) make sure that a corresponding .app file exists in the same folder
- Save - Saves the script. You also have a "save as" option.
- Run - Executes the script against your target application
- Stop - Stops the application
- Properties - Allows you to change the Application type and Path.
- Application X-Ray - Opens the application X-Ray
- Options - Allows you to change the font size of the script, link to our documentation and provide feedback.
Once you have created your first application you will be prompted with a default template. You can use this to build your script on top of. We strongly advise you to use the Application Xray to script your applications. When you start typing manually it will suggest you with options for commands and their options.
When you make a mistake in your script we will highlight it in the error list at the bottom of the application. This will show you what is wrong.
Once you run your script, the debug output will show you all of the actions done by our engine.