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Problem with ClassNameNN

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Hi,

I've noticed a (serious) problem. The ClassNameNN that has been given back by the Active Window Info application is not constant and not correct.

I have for example a Window with some fill-in controls on it.

I started scripting this window last monday and used the function ControlSend to Control TCatsMaskEdit8, 9, 10 and 11

Yesterday the names given back by the Active Window Infor application have been changed to TCatsMaskEdit12, 13, 14 and 15 (while no development had taken place on the Form/Window). Additional information: This is a tab(bed) window and when a do a forward and a backward tab the Controls are named TCatsMaskEdit8, 9, 10 and 11 again.

Just to check my story I've asked a developer to give me the names of the Controls in development mode and I've come to the conclusion that the Control names really are TCatsMaskEdit1, 2, 3 and 4.

Mind that this is a complex form with several tabs on it. But in anyway this should work properly (At least that's what I think).

Does anyone know this and can it be solved?

Kind regards,

Dennis Stinissen

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Hi,

I've noticed a (serious) problem. The ClassNameNN that has been given back by the Active Window Info application is not constant and not correct.

I have for example a Window with some fill-in controls on it.

I started scripting this window last monday and used the function ControlSend to Control TCatsMaskEdit8, 9, 10 and 11

Yesterday the names given back by the Active Window Infor application have been changed to TCatsMaskEdit12, 13, 14 and 15 (while no development had taken place on the Form/Window). Additional information: This is a tab(bed) window and when a do a forward and a backward tab the Controls are named TCatsMaskEdit8, 9, 10 and 11 again.

Just to check my story I've asked a developer to give me the names of the Controls in development mode and I've come to the conclusion that the Control names really are TCatsMaskEdit1, 2, 3 and 4.

Mind that this is a complex form with several tabs on it. But in anyway this should work properly (At least that's what I think).

Does anyone know this and can it be solved?

Kind regards,

Dennis Stinissen

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Difficult to help you without the application.

Can you provide an application (not too complex to put inplace) so I can reproduce the problem :)

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Hmmm, that's difficult because the .exe can not be executed without the database. :-( And it's very large ...

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Hmmm, that's difficult because the .exe can not be executed without the database. :-( And it's very large ...

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I was afraid of that.

On what API rely the application?

Under what it is developped?

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I was afraid of that.

On what API rely the application? ???

Under what it is developped?

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Don't know what API ... Not that technical :-(

It's developed in Delphi ...

And by the way I'm using AutoIt 3.1.1

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Don't know what API ... Not that technical :-(

It's developed in Delphi ...

And by the way I'm using AutoIt 3.1.1

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Thanks

From the point of view of your problem no change between 3.1.1 and 3.1.1++

If you get a simpler application just send me. (I am not developping in Delphi :)

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I'm looking for a workaround for my problem.

Forward and then backward tab isn't a sollution, because some undesirable events will happen at that point.

Perhaps anyone else know a command to (re)initialize the current tab?

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I'm looking for a workaround for my problem.

Forward and then backward tab isn't a sollution, because some undesirable events will happen at that point.

Perhaps anyone else know a command to (re)initialize the current tab?

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did you look at the controlcommand function?

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Some addition information:

The script works perfect when I'm am using it like:

ControlSend("Title", "Text", "ClassNameNN", "Value")

But when I use it as followed it gives problems:

$Value = $array[Random(1,x,1)]

ControlSend("Title", "Text", "ClassNameNN", $Value)

x = maximum number of items of $array

$array[0] = value x

'just like filling an array from a file'

Perhaps this helps you ...

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FYI the script I use:

$fillnaam = $voornaam[ Random( 1, $voornaam[0], 1) ]

$fillinit = StringLeft( $fillnaam, 1 ) & "."

$fillanaam = $achternaam[ Random( 1, $achternaam[0], 1) ]

$fillplaats = $plaats[ Random( 1, $plaats[0], 1) ]

$fillstraat = $straat[ Random( 1, $straat[0], 1) ]

$fillnr = Random( 1, 500, 1 )

$title = "KERN Aanmelding toevoegen"

WinWaitActive ( $title )

If $i = $count Then

SelectCheckbox ( $title, "TCatsCheckEdit1" ) ; Uitzetten volgende

EndIf

ControlSend ( $title, "", "TCatsMaskEdit11", $fillanaam )

ControlSend ( $title, "", "TCatsMaskEdit10", $fillinit )

ControlSend ( $title, "", "TCatsMaskEdit9", $fillnaam )

ControlSend ( $title, "", "TCatsMaskEdit8", $fillnaam )

ControlSend ( $title, "", "TCatsDateEdit3", "1-1-1980" )

ControlSend ( $title, "", "TCatsMaskEdit7", $fillplaats )

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did you look at the controlcommand function?

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I think there goes something wrong when using the random function... When I use it, it happens and when I don't the script works just fine.

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