Generate Batch, C#, F#, Ruby, Lua, VB .NET, JScript, KiXtart, Object Rexx, Perl, PowerShell, Python or VBScript code with this intuitive tool.
- WMI Code Generator
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Rob Van Der Woude
WMI Code Generator Description
WMI Code Generator is a comprehensive and reliable software solution especially designed for developers who need to generate JScript, KiXtart, Object Rexx, Perl, Python or VBScript code, to name a few, using an intuitive environment.
Since it requires elevated privileges, before using the application you need to make sure that you run WMI Code Generator using an administrator account, otherwise you won’t be able to make use of the program.
First off, you need to select the WMI class, then view all the generated information in the ‘Properties’ and ‘Methods’ fields. You can preview all the necessary details related to the chosen class. In case you want to read more data about the current class, property or method, simply click on the desired one and press the ‘MSDN Help’ button. A new instance of your default web browser will be then opened with the relevant MSDN information.
The next window, entitled Code, enables you to view the generated scripts available for the selected code. What’s more, you can easily choose the scripting language you are interested in, then press the ‘Generate Code’ button if you want to create the code that will display all the properties of the selected class and their values, or hit the ‘Run WMI Code’ in order to view if the generated scripts are working properly.
After that, you can save the code to a new file or to clipboard and paste it into your favorite scripting editor.
By accessing the Settings window you are able to set the default namespace, list only the Win32 classes, generate resource-friendly scripts, as well as choose the preferred window size.
To conclude, WMI Code Generator proves to be a steady and effective solution when it comes to generating scripts for various programming languages, such as Batch, C#, F#, Ruby, Lua, VB .NET, JScript or KiXtart.