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  • 4.4 - Scope

    4.4 - Scope

    This property sets the scope, i.e. the visibility, of a persistent variable. It takes a numerical value from 1 - 3. Any other values will be ignored.

     

    If you omit this property the default scope is used, which is the user scope. in case you use the persistent variables with a call routing script. If you use them outside of a call routing script (new in v1.1.0) the default scope is the global scope.

     

    For convenience purpose there are three VBScript constants defined for the three available scopes: SCOPE_NAMESPACE (1), SCOPE_USER (2 - default) or SCOPE_GLOBAL(3).

     

    Dim MyVariable
    Set MyVariable   = new PersistentVariable
    MyVariable.Name  = "Welcome"
    MyVariable.Scope = SCOPE_GLOBAL

     

    The above example set the scope of the persistent variable Welcome to global, meaning that this variable is visible and accessible from all scripts of all users.

     

     


    Tom Wellige
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