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Browser opens up when a value # is read from excel

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Gokul

Hi,

I came across a situation, whenever # value is read from excel, browser window opens up automatically. Is there an issue like this.

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Gokul

give reproducer code.

The code is just with some controlclicks in it, to fetch data from excel and enter it into the text boxes in application. I just wanted to know, if there is any chance of automatically poping up windows. Controlclicks to all fields are only present in my code. And this does not happen always when # value is read. Only in some cases it happens.

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water

It is impossible to help you without seeing your code or a stripped down reproducer script that shows the problem for everyone.


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Gokul

It is impossible to help you without seeing your code or a stripped down reproducer script that shows the problem for everyone.

#include <excel.au3>
#include <array.au3>

$file ='EXCEL PATH'

$oExcel = _ExcelBookOpen($file, 0)

_ExcelSheetActivate($oExcel, "Data")

$aArray = _ExcelReadSheetToArray($oExcel, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aArray, "Array using Default Parameters")

Run('application path')

_WinWaitActivate(" Login","")

ControlClick(" Login to application", "", "NAME:Username")

Send("user1")

Send("{TAB}")

Sned("pass1")

ControlClick(" Login to application", "", "[NAME:Submit]")

$idno = $aArray[$i][1]
$name1 = $aArray[$i][2]
$name2 = $aArray[$i][3]
$name3 = $aArray[$i][4]
$email1 = $aArray[$i][5]
$email2 = $aArray[$i][6]

_WinWaitActivate("Emp details","")
MsgBox("Ok","Confirmation","Click Ok to begin...")

ControlClick("Emp details", "", "[NAME:firstname]")
Send($name1)
ControlClick("Emp details", "", "[NAME:middlename]")
Send($name2)
ControlClick("Emp details", "", "[NAME:lastname]")
Send($name3)
ControlClick("Emp details", "", "[NAME:primaryemail]")
Send($email1)
ControlClick("Emp details", "", "[NAME:addressline1]")
Send($address1)
ControlClick("Emp details", "", "[NAME:phone]")
Send($phone1)

MsgBox("Ok","Confirmation","Alert")
_ExcelBookClose($oExcel, 0, 0)
$oExcel = '';
Next

I have the address field in excel with # values. When the address field in the application is reached while datas are filled from excel, browser pops up.

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water

Am I wrong or do you already have a thread for the same issue?

>Sometimes data from excel are not populated on the application


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Gokul

What page does the browser navigate to?

Chrome browser with Google search page.

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Gokul

Does it occur after this line?

MsgBox("Ok","Confirmation","Click Ok to begin...")

When it reaches the address field. The difference in data of this field from other fields is that it will have # in it.

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Gokul

So what is this...

Send($address1)

Were does $address1 come from and what is it's content?

The values to fields are fetched from excel and it contains values like 'address # address line 1, address line 2'

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So there is actually a "#" in the string you are sending, and when it is sent, a new default browser is spawned?

If that is true then try changing 

Send($address1)

to

Send($address1, 1)


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