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I keep getting Error: Opening the File Everytime I try to convert the .au3 to .exe
Once again returning back to this great community for much needed help. I am sure that I wont be disappointed and you guys will point me in the right direction.
To begin with, I am very new here and I have been learning AutoIT. Few months ago I was able to write a script to automate a program to perform some desired task and it has been working great. But, all hell broke lose when I moved this to a Windows 7 VM the script wont even perform the first key commands and after few changes in the code it started working but break intermittently also the compiled scripts wont work at all. Any help will be much appreciated.
I have written a script in autoit for automation. It is scheduled and running on server but i have noticed it stops at some points. But when i am taking remote of server and running it runs fine. Is it problem of winActivate() or winWaitActivate() or any other method which i am using, is only run when screen is activated? If this is the may i get list of those methods and alternative of the same. I need alternative of winActivate() and winWaitActivate() methods. Any document or link is welcome. Please help ...
I am in a fix with this problem and I cant seem to find a viable solution. As you would know that the AutoIT scripts can go in pause mode for many reasons. It could be simply WinWait() that could take the script into that state. I do understand that a better design could help a lot but I would like to handle such situation with existing my code. To simplify my query - I am looking for a way to calculate how long the given script/compiled script has been in "pause" state. Is there a way to do that? For example, if my script has been in pause state for 3 hours I would like to kill or restart the pc . I do understand that Auto IT is not multi-threaded but is there a way to achieve what I am trying to?
Any help or suggestion is much appreciated.
When we compile our code through Aut2exe, version is missing if we check the properties of the compiled executable.
Can any one suggest how to set a version number to the compiled exe.