I do not rework on scripts without reason.
No matter how badly I want to...
I just do not have time for that.
As long as they are working properly - I let them to be as written.
Because, I know for sure, sooner or later, DevCodes will be changed . And I will need anyway to update my scripts.
@ this time - I celebrate the possibility to make my scripts smarter, more flexible, change entire or partial design and so on...
Hi, You may see significant improvements in speed by reworking scripts. On a large system this allows for greater coverage and/or faster results. The greatest improvements usually involve changing the way you do things. For my work that's meant - interact with a GUI as little as possible. Put data in memory.
Yes.. am currently looking into already written scripts and the vbs functions. I analyzed the approach followed ( who has developed the scripts has used internal environment variables [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] ).
First I said why on earth they have used that much internal environment variables and spent some days to find the problem. However i later found scripts are working though the code written is not efficient.
My current goal is to check those scripts which are not working and debug them, I will update the approach later, as it will take a lot time to improve/update the approach followed.