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<IE.au3> _IEAttach - $_IEStatus_NoMatch

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trandatnh

I tried to use _IEAttach function with "dialogbox" parameter but don't succeed.

1.Here is code of the button:

<button id="i167" name=":submit" value="vl" onclick="var wcall=wicketSubmitFormById('actionForm', '?x=Goyqg*H6M3WGHkeSG*WX5fInhnwvtVVKiL75z-DSWNxjD0HmgKj-ga*N9dSoSBLKyoHhVa3UfdfFHnlWJsiWo407qVkhikLpPjkBeYHCbyN*SOhulP77QK*uqYyRUJIj', ':submit' ,null,null, function() {return Wicket.$$(this)&amp;&amp;Wicket.$$('actionForm')}.bind(this));;; return false;" type="button">
            Click Me
        </button>

a dialogbox appear after click button.

2.Here is code of dialog:

<title>Here is title</title>
<form id="cf" action="?x=Wz6QLwif5XQ-In*NeT9HGHcmAp-UhVI3ZVBvv*D4Xh3B0sfxDqG3m6eutINwc9PV" target="_parent" method="post">

<p class="center">
<button id="focusObj" type="submit">OK</button>
<button id="i17f" onclick="var wcall=wicketAjaxGet('?x=Wz6QLwif5XQ-In*NeT9HGHyclezytkJdhw840heocbSEYT5SOXb0rcXWhyKsCfUBFHgX67AmsK8',null,null, function() {return Wicket.$('i17f') != null;}.bind(this));return !wcall;" key="cancel_but">Cancel</button>
</p>
</form>

I tried with:

$oIE = _IEAttach("Here is title", "dialogbox")

~> $_IEStatus_NoMatch

I want to control that dialog and click on OK button.

Can anyone help me? :cry:

Edited by trandatnh

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DaleHohm

Please note this in the IEAttach remarks in the helpfile:

The advanced Window Title selection syntax available to the standard Win* functions may be used in place of a title sub-string for the modes "dialogbox" and "embedded".

Please see if you can find the window with standard Win* functions first, then move on to _IEAttach

Dale


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trandatnh

thank Dale!

I will try again. :)

P/S: how do I attach a IE's messagebox?

Edited by trandatnh

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PsaltyDS

thank Dale!

I will try again. :)

P/S: how do I attach a IE's messagebox?

If it's an ordinary Windows dialog box, you don't "attach", you use the ordinary AutoIt tools, like WinActivate(), WinGetText(), ControlClick(), etc. This is most likely.

You would only _IEAttach() to the pop-up if it was another IE browser instance (rare but possible).

:)


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trandatnh

If it's an ordinary Windows dialog box, you don't "attach", you use the ordinary AutoIt tools, like WinActivate(), WinGetText(), ControlClick(), etc. This is most likely.

You would only _IEAttach() to the pop-up if it was another IE browser instance (rare but possible).

:)

Yep, I think so too. Because this pop-up is not an IE browser instance. It's not in task bar. Thank for your advice!

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