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GlobalSCAPE COM API

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What scripting languages are supported in the GlobalSCAPE COM API? We are currently running EFT Server Enterprise 6.3.16 Build 12.05.2011.1 but will soon be upgrading. I've done a lot of work in the past with PowerShell scripting and am more comfortable with using that than VBScript. I would like to know if there's any way a PS script can be run as embedded code or otherwise from the AWE?

Also, what does the "ICI" prefix in the GlobalSCAPE COM API interfaces stand for?

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I believe it is geared for VB, but I could be wrong. I have scripted Perl to access the COM API, so I don't think it really matters what language you use. I would assume that Powershell can access the COM objects. As far as how to access them, you might just have to look at samples and play around with it to get what you want/need.

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Pretty much any scripting language that can access COM objects. I have scripts in VBS, perl, and PowerShell, and have seen them in CSharp (C#) as well. In fact, the COM API guide gives some examples in VBS, Perl, and C#.

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