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Reirect to another webpage

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stewartblair

I have this function

function loadCOPD() {

AutoItXDLL.Run(pathToExecutable);

AutoItXDLL.WinWaitActive("Login","","5");

AutoItXDLL.Send(username);

AutoItXDLL.Send("{TAB}");

AutoItXDLL.Send(password);

AutoItXDLL.Send("{ENTER}");

}

Once this has ran i am authenticated into my application. I then want to be redirected to another webpage to begin a search.

Is there a quickway to alter or redirect the webpage url that the user is currently on?

Thanks

StewartBlair :)

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iHonda

if you google php forwarding your can find alot of results... but thats if your talking about editing the web page..

to have your script launch a page add the following to your script:

ShellExecute("http://www.google.com")

peace

Z

Edited by Zmaster

A great place to start Autoit 1-2-3

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Innovative

The actual version of autoit can do this , however, i don't use the ActiveX version , therefore , no idea how .

On the actual version , this can be done by the

_IENavigate function .

However, you'll need to attach to a browser before performing the action by using _IEAttach

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iHonda

if he can tell us more clearly what he means it would be easier to help if he wants the script to navigate to a new page the bit i posted before works great if he wants the page it self to change then he can use a bit of php or html php works better because using html will break the chain of pages meaning the back button wont work.


A great place to start Autoit 1-2-3

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