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Read array variable from a javascript

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What I'm looking for is a way to get the value of an array fom a web-page, which is definded like this:

var garden = new Array();
garten[1] = "Tree";
garten[2] = "something";
...

This is how far I get:

$oFrame = _IEFrameGetCollection($oIE)
$garden = $oFrame(0).garten
MsgBox(0,@error,$garden.length)

The MsgBox returns the correct amount of entries but I cannot access them. I tried $garden(1) and $garden[1] but neither worked.

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What I'm looking for is a way to get the value of an array fom a web-page, which is definded like this:

var garden = new Array();
garten[1] = "Tree";
garten[2] = "something";
...

This is how far I get:

$oFrame = _IEFrameGetCollection($oIE)
$garden = $oFrame(0).garten
MsgBox(0,@error,$garden.length)

The MsgBox returns the correct amount of entries but I cannot access them. I tried $garden(1) and $garden[1] but neither worked.

I don't have anything to test it on at the moment, but I think I remember something from Dale, like:
$oFrame.eval("java script:garten[1]")

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I'll probably screw it up too without testing, but more like this:

$sVal = $oFrame.document.parentwindow.eval("java script:garten[1]")

Dale


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Thx PsaltyDS and dale. That solved my problem.

With this method I don't need to get the frame in AutoIT, so it's enought to use the browserhandle.

$oIE.document.parentwindow.eval("java script:top.garten.garten[1]")
Edited by magnifier512

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