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How do I fill in the forms thats in Java

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Hi, How do I have an autoit script to autofill the forms in Ladbrokes new account here http://casino.ladbrokes.com/en. Its in Java I think and I could not use IE developers Tool to see the field IDs etc.

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Dale will probably be along shortly but in the meantime read all of this thread.


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I see only one form at that URL and it most certainly is simple HTML:

<FORM id=fmLogin action=https://casino.ladbrokes.com/en/ssl/login method=post><FIELDSET><INPUT type=hidden value=70.56.234.79 name=cust_ip> <INPUT type=hidden value=fmLogin name=FormName> <INPUT type=hidden value=http://casino.ladbrokes.com/en name=retUrl> <INPUT type=hidden value=1 name=portal> <INPUT type=hidden name=reff> <LABEL for=tbUsername>Customer ID:</LABEL> <INPUT id=tbUsername style="WIDTH: 80px" tabIndex=1 size=10 name=tbUsername>&nbsp;&nbsp; <LABEL for=tbPassword>Password:</LABEL> <INPUT id=tbPassword style="WIDTH: 80px" tabIndex=2 type=password size=10 value="" name=tbPassword>&nbsp;&nbsp; <INPUT class=login_button tabIndex=3 type=submit value="Log In"> </FIELDSET> </FORM>

If you are talking about something after you login, I have no intention of registering on that site.

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I see only one form at that URL and it most certainly is simple HTML:

[..............Dale

You are right Dale, its in html.

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