Re: Scripting Problem with the Default SplitStory.vbs Schript. Windows Scripting Error No. 429, ActiveX-Component cannot create object: 'InDesign.Application", Engine: Default File: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CS6\Scripts\Scripts Panel\Sam
The problem seem to have to do with the validation of the license. Although the license is valid, and I can open Indesign 2015 manually (and also indd files in Indesign 2015), when the app is set to open with the command Set myInDesign = CreateObject("InDesign.Application") EULA is refused and the app is exited.
Analyzing the logs before and after the problem, it also seems that Adobe changed the way they validate licenses.
Anyone can help?
Trevorׅ We've been using some VBScripts to make Indesign do a set of commands, for about 2 years, until last week, when they stopped working.
We've tried to contact Adobe, but they are taking an eternity to respond.
Waht happens? When indesign is called (Set myInDesign = CreateObject("InDesign.Application")), we get the following error after a timeout: "Microsoft VBScript runtime error: ActiveX component can't create object: 'InDesign.Application'".
In the amt2 log file there are two messages that called our attention: "EULA has been refused. Application must exit." and "Application licensing status has changed to unlicensed."
We are using Indesign version 2015 (11.4) in a Windows Server 2012 R12.
We know that our Indesign License is valid (we can open it manually, and also open files with indesign manually), but when we call Indesign using the script the situation above occurs (apparently the license cannot be validated).
Thank you for your attention.