I'm a user, not a coder

Then you need ScriptX installation for users

I've downloaded the ScriptX Developer Resource Kit, now what?

First, install the Developer Resource Kit. This will copy the freely re-redistributable binary components into a folder on your machine and a 'readme' file to get you started. The ScriptX software will not be installed ... see below for what to do next:

ScriptX Client can be fully tested with a free evaluation license, on content served from the local file system (file://, My Computer Security Zone only) or local website (http://localhost/). This allows you to fully evaluate and test ScriptX, including all the licensed features, before purchasing a publishing license.

The readme installed with the developer kit should help get you started, but we also suggest looking at our samples  and guide to deployment  and Technical Reference  in our Knowledge bank.

You can deploy ScriptX using either browser based deployment or Administrator pre-install. With browser based deployment a copy of smsx.cab (from the developer kit) is copied to a suitable location on your web server(s) and then its location given in the codebase attribute of the ScriptX OBJECT authored on the page. Administrator pre-install is discussed in the developer kit documentation and in the knowledge bank .

Licensees should download the Licensee Resource Kit from the My MeadCo Portal. Developers using the free functionality should obtain the latest Developer Resource kit from this page. In both cases, full instructions on upgrading users are included in the kit.

If you are a user looking to upgrade, please see User upgrade to current version.