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Passing data/parameters from webpage to autoit

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hi,

I tried to look for the information how to pass data/parameters from webpage to autoit application.

I didn't find any answer so I assume this is right place to ask.

If you have any answers it would be great.

This is what i try to do (simple example).

1. I'm at the webpage www.page.com/getuserdata?id=123

2. I click a button or a link "get user data from AS/400" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AS/400)

3. User have to have AS/400 client opened and logged in

4. AutoIt shows AS/400 client and goes through different page so that it shows user data in the end.

Probably some of you will ask: "Why to do in this difficult manner? Why you just don't get the data from DB?"

The case is not as simply as written.

So my question is:

How I can pass parameters (key and value) from web page to AutoIt application? Is it even possible?

If it is, how it can be done.

Thanx for you replies!

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hi,

I tried to look for the information how to pass data/parameters from webpage to autoit application.

I didn't find any answer so I assume this is right place to ask.

If you have any answers it would be great.

This is what i try to do (simple example).

1. I'm at the webpage www.page.com/getuserdata?id=123

2. I click a button or a link "get user data from AS/400" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AS/400)

3. User have to have AS/400 client opened and logged in

4. AutoIt shows AS/400 client and goes through different page so that it shows user data in the end.

Probably some of you will ask: "Why to do in this difficult manner? Why you just don't get the data from DB?"

The case is not as simply as written.

So my question is:

How I can pass parameters (key and value) from web page to AutoIt application? Is it even possible?

If it is, how it can be done.

Thanx for you replies!

search for "web.au3" or "AUUCGI" :)

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You description lacks the detail for a full solution.

I would try something with the IE Management UDF, there are lots of functions to communicate with a page.

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