objShell.Run MailTo populate vars

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objShell.Run MailTo populate vars
Tag : vbscript , By : kdietz
Date : November 28 2020, 01:01 AM

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Can I use javascript to populate mailto email?

Tag : javascript , By : Robert Daniel Pickar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Short answer: No. Javascript can not change the way external programs interpret link protocols.
Javascript can however populate the link destination with dynamic content, but it can’t get around the usual browser limits that follows.

mailto: new window but 'To' field address is mailto:user@test.com

Tag : javascript , By : user157138
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you It's because google & yahoo expect the url to have query strings of "?to=" instead of "?mailto=" See this question for more details

Tag : macos , By : user177837
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. The Macs are processing the link correctly. Windows is incorrectly removing data and your editor is incorrectly encoding the data.
The mailto: URL scheme is defined by RFC 2368. It defines it as:
 mailtoURL  =  "mailto:" [ to ] [ headers ]
 to         =  #mailbox
 headers    =  "?" header *( "&" header )
 header     =  hname "=" hvalue
 hname      =  *urlc
 hvalue     =  *urlc

Capture VBS objshell.Run error

Tag : vbscript , By : Erik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine As @Noodles pointed out in the comments to your question you need to set the third parameter of the Run method (bWaitOnReturn) to True so that your VBScript waits for the external command to complete.
However, that alone doesn't suffice. You also need to run sqlcmd with the additional parameter -b to make it return a non-zero exit code in case of an error:
rc = objshell.Run("sqlcmd -b -U sa -P Password -i c:\temp\abc.sql", 1, True)
If rc <> 0 Then
    WriteLog "Error running SQL = " & rc
    WriteLog "Successfully run SQL"
End If

Add yes/no to objshell.popup in VBA

Tag : vba , By : TomL
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Below is my attempt at adding yes/no options to my objshell.popup, getting a type mismatch error, probably doing something wrong... , It's because the signature for the Popup method is actually:
WshShell.Popup(strText, [nSecondsToWait], [strTitle], [intType])
intresult = objshell.popup(myStr, , strtitle, inttype)
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