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YogeshDikshit

Getting the content from a Read-only grid control

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we have a read-only grid control in our application and we wish to get the content from this grid and compare it with other window titles. Could anybody please help me in this?

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Yogesh

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Depends on what type of content you need. If its only the title you need that shouldn't be difficult. In any case you will need to use the Window Info tool provided with Autoit and some of the functions like WingetTitle.

Some of the devs may have more input when they show up later...

good luck!

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Its a grid control; and it shows a list of user names. when we select a user name from this list in application - how to get the selected item through AutoIt....?

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Depends on what type of content you need. If its only the title you need that shouldn't be difficult. In any case you will need to use the Window Info tool provided with Autoit and some of the functions like WingetTitle.

Some of the devs may have more input when they show up later...

good luck!

Hi,

I searched for the solution to above problem - (getting grid content or values) on the internet and found the below link which says there is a limitation with Autoit for grids.

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Please help me with this in a right direction..

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Depends on what type of content you need. If its only the title you need that shouldn't be difficult. In any case you will need to use the Window Info tool provided with Autoit and some of the functions like WingetTitle.

Some of the devs may have more input when they show up later...

good luck!

Also note that we have a grid of format x*y; where x (rows) and y (columns) could be varying. So can we get the selected value from this grid?

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