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Scripting in HP-UX Openview

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Hi I am new to AUTOIT and need help

I made a script to ssh to a HP UX box, start NNM ( Network Node Manager ) a X Windows appl.

I need to ALT-M to activate a top-down menu, so I use Send( "!M" ), but it is not working. Nothing happens. Before I use:

WinWaitActive( "Rede_ACESSO_LOTE_2", "", 10 )

WinActivate( "Rede_ACESSO_LOTE_2" )

Send( "!M" )

My questions:

Is that fine ?

Is there any way to debug and/or trace it ?

I appreciate any help

Best Regards

Zeca

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Hi I am new to AUTOIT and need help

I made a script to ssh to a HP UX box, start NNM ( Network Node Manager ) a X Windows appl.

I need to ALT-M to activate a top-down menu, so I use Send( "!M" ), but it is not working. Nothing happens. Before I use:

WinWaitActive( "Rede_ACESSO_LOTE_2", "", 10 )

WinActivate( "Rede_ACESSO_LOTE_2" )

Send( "!M" )

My questions:

Is that fine ?

Is there any way to debug and/or trace it ?

I appreciate any help

Best Regards

Zeca

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Hi I am new to AUTOIT and need help

I made a script to ssh to a HP UX box, start NNM ( Network Node Manager ) a X Windows appl.

I need to ALT-M to activate a top-down menu, so I use Send( "!M" ), but it is not working. Nothing happens. Before I use:

WinWaitActive( "Rede_ACESSO_LOTE_2", "", 10 )

WinActivate( "Rede_ACESSO_LOTE_2" )

Send( "!M" )

My questions:

Is that fine ?

Is there any way to debug and/or trace it ?

I appreciate any help

Best Regards

Zeca

Thanks a lot !!!! It worked.

Best Regards

Zeca

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