|Microsoft Windows Script Interfaces|
Adds a type library to the name space for the script. This is similar to the #include directive in C/C++. It allows a set of predefined items such as class definitions, typedefs, and named constants to be added to the run-time environment available to the script.
HRESULT AddTypeLib( REFGUID guidTypeLib, // CLSID of type library DWORD dwMaj, // major version number DWORD dwMin, // minor version number DWORD dwFlags // option flags );
[in] CLSID of the type library to add.
[in] Major version number.
[in] Minor version number.
[in] Option flags. Can be the following:
The type library describes an ActiveX control used by the host.
Returns one of the following values:
An argument was invalid.
The call was not expected (for example, the scripting engine has not yet been loaded or initialized).
The specified type library could not be loaded.