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Translate from vb6 to autoit HOW ?

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dorit30

and i read the UDF and object i just need a START point

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Private Sub Play_Click()

'Set IP Address

LiveX1.IpAddress = "62.90.2.144"

'Set Command,Data,Audio Port

LiveX1.CommandPort = "4550"

LiveX1.DataPort = "5550"

LiveX1.AudioDataPort = "6550"

'Set Login UserName and Password

LiveX1.DisablePWD = True

LiveX1.UserName = "dany"

LiveX1.Password = "1234"

'Connect

LiveX1.PlayX

End Sub

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dorit30

First you need to be more specific what LiveX1 is. Sounds as a COMobject to me.

its COMobject as u guess

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dorit30

its COMobject as u guess

Jos plz save the day

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DarkMatter

You would have to create an object to the COMObject using ObjCreate Then use ObjEvent for events that the COMObject might have.

So something like the following:

$LiveX1 = ObjCreate("LIVEX COMOBJECT HERE")
$LiveX1.IpAddress = "62.90.2.144"

'Set Command,Data,Audio Port
$LiveX1.CommandPort = "4550"
$LiveX1.DataPort = "5550"
$LiveX1.AudioDataPort = "6550"

'Set Login UserName and Password
$LiveX1.DisablePWD = True
$LiveX1.UserName = "dany"
$LiveX1.Password = "1234"

'Connect
$LiveX1.PlayX
Edited by DarkMatter

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dorit30

You would have to create an object to the COMObject using ObjCreate Then use ObjEvent for events that the COMObject might have.

So something like the following:

$LiveX1 = ObjCreate("LIVEX COMOBJECT HERE")
$LiveX1.IpAddress = "62.90.2.144"

'Set Command,Data,Audio Port
$LiveX1.CommandPort = "4550"
$LiveX1.DataPort = "5550"
$LiveX1.AudioDataPort = "6550"

'Set Login UserName and Password
$LiveX1.DisablePWD = True
$LiveX1.UserName = "dany"
$LiveX1.Password = "1234"

'Connect
$LiveX1.PlayX

listen i try this :

$LiveX1 = ObjCreate("LiveX_V8200")

cause there is NO "VersionIndependentProgID" so i think its the right one BUT not its not work

"The requested action with this object has failed."

$LiveX1.IpAddress = "62.90.2.144" here

there is file included "OLE/COM object viewer" So.. the question is what the name of the object or i use it the right way

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DarkMatter

Is this an OCX?


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DarkMatter

Have you tried just doing ObjCreate("OCX PATH & NAME")


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dorit30

Have you tried just doing ObjCreate("OCX PATH & NAME")

its not work too

Why I cant Load 1 Fuc*** Object What that got the VersionIndependentProgID is work cause i know the NAME

Any1????

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GEOSoft

Is "$LiveX1.IpAddress" valid for that OCX? I suspect that it is because it looks like you are converting this from VBS. The OCX file may have to be registered using Regsrvr32

You need to check it with a good object browser.

Also this script (as posted) is doomed anyway. All of the lines that begin with ' are commented tines and you have to replace those apostrophes with semi-colons.

'Set Command,Data,Audio Port

becomes

;Set Command,Data,Audio Port


George

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dorit30

Is "$LiveX1.IpAddress" valid for that OCX? I suspect that it is because it looks like you are converting this from VBS. The OCX file may have to be registered using Regsrvr32

You need to check it with a good object browser.

Also this script (as posted) is doomed anyway. All of the lines that begin with ' are commented tines and you have to replace those apostrophes with semi-colons.

'Set Command,Data,Audio Port

becomes

;Set Command,Data,Audio Port

Man 10nx But i know that..... Its 1- Vaild 2 - Reg (U know this was a Lame questions) 3 - ' and ; (no commet ) and Last - the OLE/COM object viewer is Just Fine

BTW its regsvr32.exe not Regsrvr32

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GEOSoft

You seem to have it covered. No help required here.


George

Question about decompiling code? Read the decompiling FAQ and don't bother posting the question in the forums.

Be sure to read and follow the forum rules. -AKA the AutoIt Reading and Comprehension Skills test.***

The PCRE (Regular Expression) ToolKit for AutoIT - (Updated Oct 20, 2011 ver:3.0.1.13) - Please update your current version before filing any bug reports. The installer now includes both 32 and 64 bit versions. No change in version number.

Visit my Blog .. currently not active but it will soon be resplendent with news and views. Also please remove any links you may have to my website. it is soon to be closed and replaced with something else.

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dorit30

Any 1 know how to Convert the object>?

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mikeyr

2 - Reg (U know this was a Lame questions)

No such thing as a stupid or lame question, we don't know you, we don't know how much you know and we don't know how much you have tried already...its not lame its called covering all the bases to get the easy stuff and obvious stuff out of the way in case you are a newbie.

BTW its regsvr32.exe not Regsrvr32

You have never made a typo ?

You seem to have it covered. No help required here.

Have to agree here...

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dorit30

No such thing as a stupid or lame question, we don't know you, we don't know how much you know and we don't know how much you have tried already...its not lame its called covering all the bases to get the easy stuff and obvious stuff out of the way in case you are a newbie.

You have never made a typo ?

Have to agree here...

hi mikeyr U DONT KNOW NOTHING ITS OK FOR ME - - - BUT WHEN U C MY NAME PLZ DONT POST I HATE GUYZ WHO PUT THEIR tongue in other ass like u do with GEO

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