...but that number means what the message says: SOME kind of exception occurred, but whoever coded the component that caused the error didn't provide an exception handler. So the "generic" handler has caught the exception and is simply telling you that it did so. There isn't any more information available from this one! Blame the coder of the component. <BR><BR>Anyway... the list of standard VBS errors *IS* in the VBS docs. Just look for the topic "Errors." But that won't help you with this particular one. The best you get out of MS on this one is something like this:<BR><BR>*** QUOTE ***<BR>Your script made a call to a COM object, which in turn, threw an exception.<BR><BR>Unless this call was generated by the Raise method, contact the developer of the COM object generating the error. <BR>*** END QUOTE ***<BR><BR>
RE: where does one find what exception codes mean?
Do a search on http://www.google.com you will probably find your answer there.<BR><BR>Also, you can check the source, Microsoft. Go to http://msdn.microsoft.com and put the error, without the explanation into the search window<BR><BR>mj