Visual Basic Example Logging on to Schedule+

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SUMMARY

In Microsoft Excel, you can programmatically control Microsoft Schedule+, through Visual Basic for applications using OLE Automation. To use the properties and methods in the object library provided by Schedule+, you will need to create an object variable using the CreateObject function.

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The following example will log you on to Schedule+, display the path to the schedule file, and then log you off.

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To use the macro, do the following:

  1. Open a new workbook, insert a module sheet.
  2. In the new module sheet, type the following macro code:
       ' In this example you will have to activate Microsoft Excel
       ' before issuing any commands that require user interaction.
     
       Sub Logging_On_To_SchedulePlus()
    
       Dim objSched As Object
       Dim CurApp As String
       Dim UserName as String
    
       'sets the caption of the active application to a variable
       CurApp = Application.Caption
       'creates the Schedule+ object
       Set objSched = CreateObject("scheduleplus.application.7")
    
          ' Checks to see if you are logged on to Schedule+
          If Not objSched.LoggedOn Then
              AppActivate CurApp 'activates Excel
             'prompts you for you email name
             UserName = Application.InputBox("Please Enter Your Email Name")
              objSched.Logon UserName, "", True   'logs you onto schedule+
          End If
    
       AppActivate CurApp  'activates excel
       MsgBox objSched.UserAddress ' Displays the path to the user's schedule
                                   ' file
    
       objSched.Logoff 'logs off of schedule+
       Set objSched = Nothing ' clears the object
    
       End Sub
    						
  3. Run the macro.

REFERENCES

BackOffice Software Developer's Kit, version 1.5

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Article ID: 140542 - Last Review: September 27, 2013 - Revision: 1.5
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Excel 95 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Schedule+ 97 Standard Edition, when used with:
    • Microsoft Windows 95
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