supports an advanced feature called Post Processing Scripts.
This feature essentailly allows you to create custom script files
(VBScript & JScript) that can process the incomming session
data before it is dispalyed to the terminal session data window.
To enabled and configure this option, you must open
the session properties dialog
and select the "Settings" tab. The Post Processing
Script is the last option in the list. Selecting the checkbox
in the list will enable this feature.
Finally you must select the actual function or subroutine in the
script file to execute.
The TEST button is available for you to test the selected script
function. The test will prompt you with simulation data to send to
your script function.
A sample VB Script file is included to serve as an exmaple for you
to create your own custom scripts. PostProcessingSample.vbs
Please review this file for more details on how to define compatible
post processing script files.
processing script feature will support both script functions and script
subroutines. If a FUNCTION is defined in the script file, you should
specify the return data text to be displayed to the session data window.
If you use a SUBROUTINE, Indigo will
display the unaltered recieved data to the session data window.
Note, when a call is made to the selected function of the script,
it is a blocking call. This means that Indigo will
wait until your script function or subroutine has completed before
continuing. If you script processing logic is complex, it may degrade
the performance of Indigo
or even crash the main program, especially if a large volume of data
is being continiously received. Use the scriting feature with with