PrimalSense question

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runnpe
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PrimalSense question

Post by runnpe »

I am using PrimalScript Professional 4.0.482, primarily for VBScript development. When I create a variable for a certain type of object (example an Active Directory OU), it would be very helpful for PrimalSense to recognize that object for what it is.
For example:
dim objOU 'an OU object
Set objOU = GetObject(<LDAP path>)
objOU.Description = "Test OU"


It would be nice if PrimalSense would recognize that objOU was an OU object and give me a menu of all the different methods and properties for the OU once I typed "objOU." This would also be true for other AD objects like groups, users, etc.

Is there any way to do this?