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Posted on 2003-11-17
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I get the run-time error -2147467259 (80004005).  Cannot call this method when the script is executing.

I have an app that uses the ScriptControl, when I close the the method ScriptControl.Reset is called which causes the above error.

How do I check that the script is executing or stop from doing so?

many thanks.
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Question by:TJ_Eng
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ScriptControl1.State = Initialized

id check the state of the control for initialized, that seems to be when its executing but im not sure.
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by:TJ_Eng
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Done that already thanks, doesn't seem to change state.
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what i would do is this

do until ScriptControl1.State <> Initialized
    doevents
loop
ScriptControl1.Reset
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