Often when troubleshooting you will need to find any scripts that use a particular tag or function. This document will help you to quickly find those locations.
- Author: Dillon Perera
- Published: 12/30/2015
- Applies to: InTouch 10.0 and up
There are two options:
1. You can utilize the Cross Reference utility, which will allow you to search for any place that a particular tag or function gets used. This utility is more thorough, searching regular scripts, Window scripts, and Action scripts, but this utility is slower. If wanting to use this utility, please see the related tech note on how to use the Cross Reference utility to search for tags.
2. You can use the Print option within WindowMaker to print out the contents of all scripts:
a. From the File menu, select Print.
b. In the list of options, select Windows with Window Scripts, and under Scripts select All Scripts, then click Next.
Note: This does not search Action Scripts on Windows, for that you'll need to use the Cross Reference utility.
c. When asked where to send the output select to send to Text File.
d. Once this file has been saved, you can then use a program like Notepad to view the file, and quickly search for where tags are used.