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  1. I have created some scripts using IE.au3 but i havent implemented any good error handling logic yet. In case of any errors IE.au3 prints the errors in the console. I believe those errors are printed to console using __IEErrorNotify function. I want to use these error messages and insert those into a text file or an excel. Any ideas? Basically if error messages are generated from IE.au3 after accessing its functions, then i want to write them to a file.
  2. Greetings, someone can give a exemple, how send a error from a C#'s dll to AutoIt? I use this line, to send an error... but, I want get a error code In AutoIt with macro @error, it's possible? throw new ArgumentException("arquivo map não existe", "value" ); In this way, work, I know ther are error, but, @errror always is zero. I don't want this, I want a number as error code. Can you help me? Best regards
  3. Hello, I've run in to a problem with DriveMapAdd sometimes failing with the Error=1 Extended=0 and the drive not mapping. So to give the user a better error description i found the command _WinAPI_FormatMessage which should give me wonderfull Windows messages, but it only returns a single letter. I found a wouldbe working code sniplet i could change to fit my needs, how ever it doesn't work for me as it is and even when i change it so that it doesn't produce errors it still doesn't work. It seems to have worked for the guy right here: '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> Unedited: #include <WinAPI.au3> $n = 53; Error code MsgBox(64, "Test", _WinAPI_GetErrorMessage($n)) Func _WinAPI_GetErrorMessage($iErrorNum) Local $tText $tText = DllStructCreate("char Text[4096]") _WinAPI_FormatMessage($__WINAPCONSTANT_FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM, 0, $iErrorNum, 0, DllStructGetPtr($tText), 4096, 0) Return DllStructGetData($tText, "Text") EndFunc ;==>_WinAPI_GetErrorMessage My attempt: #include <WinAPI.au3> Local Const $FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM = 0x00001000 $n = 53; Error code MsgBox(64, "Test", _WinAPI_GetErrorMessage($n)) Func _WinAPI_GetErrorMessage($iErrorNum) Local $tText $tText = DllStructCreate("char Text[4096]") $ptext = DllStructGetPtr($tText) _WinAPI_FormatMessage($FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM, 0, $iErrorNum, 0, $ptext, 4096, 0) Return DllStructGetData($tText, "Text") EndFunc ;==>_WinAPI_GetErrorMessage Any help would be greatly apprisiated
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