I have a simple VBScript written as follows. This is called from windows command prompt using
command : cscript -nologo mytest.vbs
The mytest.vbs itself is simple as:
----- Start of mytest.vbs -------
Dim qvwFile, objQV, docObj2
WScript.Stdout.Write " Enter QVW File Path: "
qvwFile = Wscript.StdIn.ReadLine
Set objQV = CreateObject("QlikTech.QlikView")
Wscript.Echo ("Opening qvwFile: " & Chr(34) & qvwFile & Chr(34))
Set docObj2 = objQV.OpenDoc(Chr(34) & qvwFile & Chr(34))
------ End of mytest.vbs --------------
When run, gives error "mytest.vbs - Microsoft VBSCript runtime error: Object Required" at the line "docObj2.Save" .
If I log off and log back in, it works. I noticed that if for some reason previous run of the script was unfinished or unsuccessful, it leaves something in memory that prohibits next run of this script to run successfully.
Anyone else have similar experience? If so, what is cleaner solution?