Creates a new scripted operator and connects its output to this object. If the scripting file is not specified then a default implementation will be used. For parameter connections a simple assignment of the current value will be created; for example, 'out.Value = 0.00'.

Specifying the scripting language is optional. If not specified then the language associated with the file extension will be used. If this cannot be determined then the current scripting language user preference will be used.

C# Syntax

CustomOperator Parameter.AddScriptedOpFromFile( String bszFileName, Object vInputs, String bszName, String bszLanguage );

Scripting Syntax

Parameter.AddScriptedOpFromFile( [FileName], Inputs, [Name], [Language] );


Parameter Type Description
FileName String The script filename containing the implementation of the scripted operator.
Inputs List List of objects or parameters to be connected to input ports.
Name String The name of the new operator

Default Value: ScriptedOp

Language String The script language of the new scripted operator

Default Value: Preference value from application.preferences.scripting.language


JScript Example

	This example demonstrates how to create a simple expression-like scripted operator
	to constrain the posx of an object to its posy value
NewScene(null, false);
var obj = Application.ActiveSceneRoot.AddNull();
// Create script file on disk
var filename = Application.InstallationPath( siUserPath ) + "\\Data\\Scripts\\myexpr_sop.js";
var fso = new ActiveXObject( "Scripting.FileSystemObject" );
var f = fso.CreateTextFile( filename, true );
f.Write( myexpr_Update.toString() );
// Apply scripted operator
obj.posx.AddScriptedOpFromFile( filename, obj.posy, "myexpr", "JScript" );
// Expression Update function
function myexpr_Update( ctx, out, inposy )
	out.Value = inposy;

See Also

AddScriptedOpFromFile ConvertScriptedOp CustomOperator Parameter.Source Parameter.AddScriptedOp ProjectItem.AddScriptedOpFromFile ProjectItem.AddScriptedOp