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How to automate

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Hi,

Below is the issue that I’m facing now.

PFA snapshot with this post for reference.

The task is to automate the click of “Open” button(Button/Icon? Not sure) (Refer snapshot). I don’t want to capture the (x,y)’s of the button and then automate the click process since it may/may not work with other screen resolutions as well. Secondly, except the ‘ControlClick Coords’ (under ‘Control’ tab in ‘AutoIt v3 Window Info’) nothing gets changed. Likewise, ‘Position’ and ‘Color’ (under ‘Mouse’ tab in ‘AutoIt v3 Window Info’).

Is there any way/procedure to automate the click of “Open” button? Kindly help me with sample code if you have. If you need more details please feel free to contact at shreeks@ymail.com

Thanks. For further reference below is the HTML code of the page in which the “Open” button(Button/Icon? Not sure) is present.

<html>
    <head>
        <title>Pentaho User Console</title>
        <meta name="gwt:property" content="locale=en_US">
        <link rel="shortcut icon" href="/pentaho-style/favicon.ico" />
        <link rel='stylesheet' href='mantle/MantleStyle.css'/>
        <link rel="stylesheet" href="content/data-access/resources/gwt/datasourceEditorDialog.css">
    <script type="text/javascript" src="mantle/nativeScripts.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript">
      if(window.opener && window.opener.reportWindowOpened != undefined){
        window.opener.reportWindowOpened();
      }
    var dataAccessAvailable = false; //Used by child iframes to tell if data access is available.
    /* this function is called by the gwt code when initing, if the user has permission */
    function initDataAccess(hasAccess) {
      dataAccessAvailable = hasAccess;
      if(!hasAccess){
        return;
      }
      if(typeof(addMenuItem) == "undefined"){
        setTimeout("initDataAccess("+hasAccess+")", 1000);
        return;
      } else {
        addMenuItem("manageDatasourcesEllipsis","manage_content_menu", "ManageDatasourcesCommand");
        addMenuItem("newDatasource","new_menu", "AddDatasourceCommand");
      }
    }
    var datasourceEditorCallback = {
      onfinish : function(val, transport) {
      },
      onerror : function(val) {
        alert('error:' + val);
      },
      onCancel : function() {
      },
      onReady : function() {
      }
    }
    // This allows content panels to have PUC create new datasources. The iframe requesting
    // the new datasource must have a function "openDatasourceEditorCallback" on it's window scope
    // to be notified of the successful creation of the datasource.
    function openDatasourceEditorIFrameProxy(windowReference){
        var callbackHelper = function(bool, transport){
            windowReference.openDatasourceEditorCallback(bool, transport);
        }
        openDatasourceEditor(new function(){
        this.onerror = function(err){
          alert(err);
        }
        this.onCancel = function(){
        }
        this.onReady = function(){
        }
        this.onfinish = function(bool, transport){
          callbackHelper(bool, transport);
        }
      });
    }
    </script>
    </head>
    <body oncontextmenu="return false;">
    <div id="loading">
            <div class="loading-indicator">
                <img src="mantle/large-loading.gif" width="32" height="32"/>Pentaho User Console is Loading...<a href="http://www.pentaho.com"></a><br/>
                <span id="loading-msg">Please Wait</span>
            </div>
    </div>
    <!-- OPTIONAL: include this if you want history support -->
    <iframe id="__gwt_historyFrame" style="width:0px;height:0px;border:0;display:none"></iframe>
    </body>
    <script language='javascript' src='mantle/mantle.nocache.js'></script>
    <script language='javascript' src='content/data-access/resources/gwt/DatasourceEditor.nocache.js'></script>
</html>


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Hello,

why twice ( )?

Have a look for the functions in IE Management (IE.au3),

mfg autoBert

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Hello,

why twice ( )?

Have a look for the functions in IE Management (IE.au3),

mfg autoBert

Hi,

Sincere Apologies. It was a junk post by mistake.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

Please find attached snapshot(Open box.png) with this post before reading on. I need to automate the clicking of ‘Steel Wheels’ folder present in the Open dialog box(Refer the snap shot). To add few other details, the “AutoItv3 Window Info” doesn’t show ControlID when the finder tool is made run over ‘Steel Wheels’.I don’t want to capture the (x,y)’s of the button and then automate the click process since it may/may not work with other screen resolutions as well.

Secondly, except the ‘ControlClick Coords’ (under ‘Control’ tab in ‘AutoIt v3 Window Info’) nothing gets changed. Likewise, ‘Position’ and ‘Color’

(under ‘Mouse’ tab in ‘AutoIt v3 Window Info’).Is there any way/procedure to automate the click of ‘Steel Wheels’? Kindly help me with sample code if you have.

If you need more details please feel free to contact at shreeks@ymail.com.Thanks. For further refer the above HTML(very first post in this thread) code of the page in which the 'Open' button(Button/Icon? Not sure) is present.

Note : The 'Open dialog box' opens when I click the 'Open' button/icon(Refer Open box full.png).

Edited by shreeks

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