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GET ClassName CommandButton (FM20.dll)

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Welcome,

I want to get classname CommandButton in VB6,

with 'AutoIt v3 Window info'.

 

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TEST.rar

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Go >here and try that software.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

I used this Code :

#include "CUIAutomation2.au3"

Opt( "MustDeclareVars", 1 )

Global $oUIAutomation

MainFunc()


Func MainFunc()

  Local $hWindow = WinGetHandle("Form1") ;("[CLASS:ThunderRT6FormDC]" )
  If Not $hWindow Then Return

  $oUIAutomation = ObjCreateInterface( $sCLSID_CUIAutomation, $sIID_IUIAutomation, $dtagIUIAutomation )
  If Not IsObj( $oUIAutomation ) Then Return

  Local $pWindow
  ;$oUIAutomation.GetRootElement( $pWindow )             ; Desktop
  $oUIAutomation.ElementFromHandle( $hWindow, $pWindow ) ; Window
  If Not $pWindow Then Return

  Local $oWindow = ObjCreateInterface( $pWindow, $sIID_IUIAutomationElement, $dtagIUIAutomationElement )
  If Not IsObj( $oWindow ) Then Return

  ;ListDescendants( $oWindow, 0, 1 ) ; Desktop
  ListDescendants( $oWindow, 0, 0 )  ; Window

EndFunc


Func ListDescendants( $oParent, $iLevel, $iLevels = 0 )

  If Not IsObj( $oParent ) Then Return
  If $iLevels And $iLevel = $iLevels Then Return

  Local $pRawWalker, $oRawWalker
  $oUIAutomation.RawViewWalker( $pRawWalker )
  $oRawWalker = ObjCreateInterface( $pRawWalker, $sIID_IUIAutomationTreeWalker, $dtagIUIAutomationTreeWalker )

  Local $pUIElement, $oUIElement
  $oRawWalker.GetFirstChildElement( $oParent, $pUIElement )
  $oUIElement = ObjCreateInterface( $pUIElement, $sIID_IUIAutomationElement, $dtagIUIAutomationElement )

  Local $sIndent = ""
  For $i = 0 To $iLevel - 1
    $sIndent &= "    "
  Next

  While IsObj( $oUIElement )
    ConsoleWrite( $sIndent & "Title     = " & _UIA_getPropertyValue( $oUIElement, $UIA_NamePropertyId ) & @CRLF & _
                  $sIndent & "Class     = " & _UIA_getPropertyValue( $oUIElement, $UIA_ClassNamePropertyId ) & @CRLF & _
                  $sIndent & "Ctrl type = " & _UIA_getPropertyValue( $oUIElement, $UIA_ControlTypePropertyId ) & @CRLF & _
                  $sIndent & "Ctrl name = " & _UIA_getPropertyValue( $oUIElement, $UIA_LocalizedControlTypePropertyId ) & @CRLF & _
                  $sIndent & "Selected  = " & _UIA_getPropertyValue( $oUIElement, $UIA_SelectionItemIsSelectedPropertyId ) & @CRLF & _
                  $sIndent & "Handle    = " & Hex( _UIA_getPropertyValue( $oUIElement, $UIA_NativeWindowHandlePropertyId ) ) & @CRLF & @CRLF )

    ListDescendants( $oUIElement, $iLevel + 1, $iLevels )

    $oRawWalker.GetNextSiblingElement( $oUIElement, $pUIElement )
    $oUIElement = ObjCreateInterface( $pUIElement, $sIID_IUIAutomationElement, $dtagIUIAutomationElement )
  WEnd

EndFunc


Func _UIA_getPropertyValue( $obj, $id )
  Local $tVal
  $obj.GetCurrentPropertyValue( $id, $tVal )
  If Not IsArray( $tVal ) Then Return $tVal
  Local $tStr = $tVal[0]
  For $i = 1 To UBound( $tVal ) - 1
    $tStr &= "; " & $tVal[$i]
  Next
  Return $tStr
EndFunc

Result :

Title     = Command1
Class     = ThunderRT6CommandButton
Ctrl type = 50000
Ctrl name = Bouton
Selected  = False
Handle    = 01570602

Title     = 
Class     = ThunderRT6TextBox
Ctrl type = 50004
Ctrl name = Modifier
Selected  = False
Handle    = 0023064C

Title     = 
Class     = 
Ctrl type = 50037
Ctrl name = barre de titre
Selected  = False
Handle    = 00000000

    Title     = Système
    Class     = 
    Ctrl type = 50010
    Ctrl name = barre de menus
    Selected  = False
    Handle    = 00000000

        Title     = Système
        Class     = 
        Ctrl type = 50011
        Ctrl name = élément de menu
        Selected  = False
        Handle    = 00000000

    Title     = Réduire
    Class     = 
    Ctrl type = 50000
    Ctrl name = Bouton
    Selected  = False
    Handle    = 00000000

    Title     = Agrandir
    Class     = 
    Ctrl type = 50000
    Ctrl name = Bouton
    Selected  = False
    Handle    = 00000000

    Title     = Fermer
    Class     = 
    Ctrl type = 50000
    Ctrl name = Bouton
    Selected  = False
    Handle    = 00000000

:sweating:  But there is no get classname commandButton

http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/224305/en-us

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

There is a lovely tool called "RanorexSpy", try it.

 

Here is a free copy of the old version attached, I hope it helps, master.

 

RanorexSpy.zip

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Thank you brother Rami, but also did not succeed

 

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No convincing answer   : 


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Jos, Shouldn't it be 1 year and 2 months? One can hardly blame the OP for being impatient.


I have downloaded TEST.rar and executed TEST.exe on my old XP. Now I understand. The Form1 GUI contains two buttons, two textboxes, a title bar, a system menu and the usual minimize, maximize and close buttons.

All controls except one textbox and one button are recognized by the code in post 4 (I can see, that's my code). And the question by the OP seems to be: Why is one textbox and one button not recognized? Because the programmer of the Form1 GUI has not added any code to the controls, that makes it possible to recognize the controls.

The only controls which can be recognized automatically for example by the "AutoIt Window Info" tool are the standard MicroSoft controls in ComCtl32.dll.

The controls in Form1 are not standard controls but Microsoft Forms 2.0 Controls. To be able to recognized such controls the programmer of the Form1 GUI must add code to the controls, that makes it possible to recognize the controls. He has not done, and the controls can not be recognized.

I've also tested with Inspect.exe from Windows SDK. It also does not recognize the controls at all. Neither in UI Automation mode nor in Accessibility mode.

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18 minutes ago, LarsJ said:

Jos, Shouldn't it be 1 year and 2 months? One can hardly blame the OP for being impatient.

Yea you are right :)


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FM20.dll seems to have been distributed with Windows 95 or Office 97. It's 20 years old. VB6 is about 20 years old. The official MicroSoft support for all this software probably stopped 10 years ago. I don't think there is any guarantee at all that TestComplete is able to recognize the controls. I don't think the UI Automation team will consider it as a defect not to be able to recognize controls created with unsupported 20 years old software.

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