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Ramanan

Hello,

I have developed an AutoIt code to extract stock data from Yahoo Finance. The code uses IE.au3 function. I open a webpage for each stock symbol and I have 3000 stock symbols. The code has been working fine extracting all the values but now frequently I get the following message.

Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site "http:// ......"

Operation aborted.

How can I trap this error? Even if IE7 generates this error, I would like to either avoid it, or continue by trapping this error and run the rest of the symbols.

regards

Ramanan

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DaleHohm

Where and in what form does this message appear? What AutoIt function call(s) results in this error?

Dale


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Ramanan

Hi Dale,

I dont think it is due to AutoIt function call. However, it happens when I use _IENavigate(). The error appears as a message box. I have to click ok to continue.

I think it is not AutoIt problem. It is more of IE7 problem. I dont mind using Firefox but with IE.au3, I can get the tables very easily without parsing through the HTML source.

regards

Ramanan

Where and in what form does this message appear? What AutoIt function call(s) results in this error?

Dale

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