Defines the script component's behavior.
<script language="language"> script here </script>
If XML validation is not enabled, the XML parser ignores all lines inside the <script> element. However, if XML validation is enabled by including the <?XML ?> declaration at the top of the script component file, the XML parser can misinterpret greater than (<), less than (>), and other symbols used in script as XML delimiters.
If you are creating a file that conforms closely to XML syntax, you must make sure that characters in your script element are not treated as XML reserved characters. To do so, enclose the actual script in a <![CDATA[ ... ]]> section. For details about XML validation, see Script Component Files and XML Conformance.
Note Do not include a CDATA section unless you also include the <?XML ?> declaration.
<?XML version="1.0"?> <component id="ScriptletFactorial"> <registration progid="Component.Factorial"/> <public> <method name="factorial"/> </public> <script language="VBScript"> <![CDATA[ Function factorial(n) If isNumeric(n) Then If n <= 1 Then factorial = 1 Else factorial = n * factorial(n-1) End If Else factorial = -2 ' Error code. End If End Function ]]> </script> </component>