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iframe - click a button - cross domains

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hagaizenberg

Hi Guys,

I was wondering if is it possible to do the following using autoit:

I have a page let's call is http://www.aaa.com/a.html

and it has an iframe from a different domain - src=http://www.bbb.com/b.html

In autoit, I'm accesing a.html (at domain aaa.com) and I want to click a button inside the iframe from domain bbb.com

Is it technically possible?

I'm getting some access-denied and I've read in the forum that this is cross-domain and maybe not possible at all?

If required I can post code etc...

Thanks and have a great weekend everyone !

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DaleHohm

You cannot get around this in a standard browser. The typical way of dealing with this is to open the iFrame URL in a new browser window and you can interact with it there.

Dale


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