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Guillaume

winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1 error handling

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Using:

$oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1")

$oHTTP.Open("GET","http://" & $XboxIP & "/xbmcCmds/xbmcHttp?command=" & $Command & "&parameter=" & $Parameter)

$oHTTP.Send()

Since I use this to send a command to my Xbox, which could of course be turned off, I want to check if the command $oHTTP.Send() is successful and act appropriately, without getting the error message "requested action with this object has failed". (How) is this possible? Seems like AutoIt aborts itself.

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Using:

$oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1")

$oHTTP.Open("GET","http://" & $XboxIP & "/xbmcCmds/xbmcHttp?command=" & $Command & "&parameter=" & $Parameter)

$oHTTP.Send()

Since I use this to send a command to my Xbox, which could of course be turned off, I want to check if the command $oHTTP.Send() is successful and act appropriately, without getting the error message "requested action with this object has failed". (How) is this possible? Seems like AutoIt aborts itself.

Look in the help file under Obj/COM Reference, especially the example COM error handler. If you add a COM error handler and it only sets @error and @extended, then you can silently handle it and detect that it happened.

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