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The following script works most of the time. I engage the compiled version via the task scheduler in Windows. Once in awhile it starts but does not finish. I have no idea why but would like to find out if it is possible. I am not familiar with @error or SetError. I have read the help on both and perused this forum but it is all Greek to me. Could someone point me in the right direction. Thanks.

#include <Date.au3>
#include <INet.au3>
#include <WinWaitActive.au3>

Dim $STime
Dim $ETime
Dim $FName
Dim $DoCount

$FName = "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.Stamp\My Documents\MRPLog2"

$STime = _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),1) & " " & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),5)

FileOpen($FName,1)
FileWrite($FName,@CRLF)
FileWrite($FName, "Start MRP Check  " & $STime)

$DoCount = 0

Do
    If WinExists("Question") Then           ;Does this window exist?
        WinActivate("Question")             ;True: Activate it
    EndIf
    $DoCount = $DoCount + 1
Until WinExists("Question") or $DoCount > 1000          ;Loop until the Window exists or loop count > 1,000

FileOpen($FName,1)
FileWrite($FName,@CRLF)
FileWrite($FName,"Loop count = " & $DoCount)

If $DoCount <= 1000 Then                    ;If Question Window is found proceed
    _WinWaitActive("Question")
    send("{TAB}{ENTER}")
    _WinWaitActive("Information")
    send("{ENTER}")
    sleep(1000)
    Send("!{F4}")
    _WinWaitActive("Vantage")
    send("{TAB}{ENTER}")
EndIf

$ETime = _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),1) & " " & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),5)

FileOpen($FName,1)
FileWrite($FName,@CRLF)
FileWrite($FName, "End MRP Check Time and Count  " & $ETime & " " & $DoCount)

;Begin Send email to MJD
;Setting variables for email function
$s_SmtpServer = "192.168.0.12"
$s_FromName = "MHoneywell"
$s_FromAddress = "MHoneywell"
$s_ToAddress = "MikeDunn@dbqstamp.com"
$s_Subject = "MRP Check"

Dim $as_Body[3]

$as_Body[0] = "MRP Check Started " & $STime & @CRLF
$as_Body[1] = "MRP Check Finished " & $ETime & @CRLF
$as_Body[2] = "Loop Count = " & $DoCount & @CRLF

$Respone = _INetSmtpMail($s_SmtpServer, $s_FromName, $s_FromAddress, $s_ToAddress, $s_Subject, $as_Body)
$err = @error

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Starting and not finishing can be related to: infinite loop Do/Until (not your case because your loop seem to be working OK) or WInWaitActive whan the window you are waiting for does not become active.

By the way - what version of AutoIt are you using? I see "WinWaitActive.au3" and _WinWaitActive ... you better then upgrade to the latest version of AutoIt because WinWaitActive is natively supported there.

Get latest AutoIt, change _WinWaitActive to the correct one and try again.

What you can do to debug the code is: put the script to write to a log file then check the log.

This is your modified code - whenever your application hangs, check the log and see where is the problem.

Once you find that ... well, you'll have to think of a way to prevent it.

#include <Date.au3>
#include <INet.au3>
#include <WinWaitActive.au3>

Dim $STime
Dim $ETime
Dim $FName
Dim $DoCount

$FName = "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.Stamp\My Documents\MRPLog2"

$STime = _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),1) & " " & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),5)

FileOpen($FName,1)
FileWrite($FName,@CRLF)
FileWrite($FName, "Start MRP Check  " & $STime)
Global $myLog = "C:\myAppLog.txt"
FileClose(FileOpen($myLog,2))

$DoCount = 0

Do
    If WinExists("Question") Then           ;Does this window exist?
        WinActivate("Question")             ;True: Activate it
        FileWriteLine($myLog, "Do/Until Loop: Activated Question Window")
    EndIf
    $DoCount = $DoCount + 1
Until WinExists("Question") or $DoCount > 1000          ;Loop until the Window exists or loop count > 1,000
FileWriteLine($myLog, "Do/Until Loop: Exit because counter > 1000 "&$DoCount)

FileOpen($FName,1)
FileWrite($FName,@CRLF)
FileWrite($FName,"Loop count = " & $DoCount)

If $DoCount <= 1000 Then                    ;If Question Window is found proceed
    FileWriteLine($myLog, "Waiting for Question to be active.")
    _WinWaitActive("Question")
    send("{TAB}{ENTER}")
    FileWriteLine($myLog, "Sent TAB,ENTER to Question")
    FileWriteLine($myLog, "Waiting for Information to be active.")
    _WinWaitActive("Information")
    send("{ENTER}")
    sleep(1000)
    Send("!{F4}")
    FileWriteLine($myLog, "Sent !F4 to Information")
    FileWriteLine($myLog, "Waiting for Vantage to be active.")
    _WinWaitActive("Vantage")
    send("{TAB}{ENTER}")
    FileWriteLine($myLog, "Sent TAB,ENTER to Vantage")
EndIf

FileWriteLine($myLog, "All done - sending email.")
$ETime = _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),1) & " " & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(),5)

FileOpen($FName,1)
FileWrite($FName,@CRLF)
FileWrite($FName, "End MRP Check Time and Count  " & $ETime & " " & $DoCount)

;Begin Send email to MJD
;Setting variables for email function
$s_SmtpServer = "192.168.0.12"
$s_FromName = "MHoneywell"
$s_FromAddress = "MHoneywell"
$s_ToAddress = "MikeDunn@dbqstamp.com"
$s_Subject = "MRP Check"

Dim $as_Body[3]

$as_Body[0] = "MRP Check Started " & $STime & @CRLF
$as_Body[1] = "MRP Check Finished " & $ETime & @CRLF
$as_Body[2] = "Loop Count = " & $DoCount & @CRLF

$Respone = _INetSmtpMail($s_SmtpServer, $s_FromName, $s_FromAddress, $s_ToAddress, $s_Subject, $as_Body)
$err = @error

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enaiman - Thanks for the help. :huh2: Please further explain the WinWaitActive.au3 vs _WinWaitActive comment. Not sure I understand. I believe I am using version 3.2.10. What is the best method for download? Somewhere in the Downloads tab? Where would I go here to get the latest and greatest. Thanks.

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lol have you tried the download page? http://www.autoitscript.com/site/autoit/downloads/

I am not 100% sure that _WinWaitActive has not been changed since your udf was created. However, downloading the latest is entirely up to you.

You can still use the solution I gave you WITH your current AutoIt version (changing back the includes and WinWaitActive to _WinWaitActive). Latest AutoIt version is 3.3.6.1.


SNMP_UDF ... for SNMPv1 and v2c so far, GetBulk and a new example script

wannabe "Unbeatable" Tic-Tac-Toe

Paper-Scissor-Rock ... try to beat it anyway :)

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