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How to Input password in this box?

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The following code is a password input in a webpage:

<OBJECT class=objectPw id=Password_Edit onkeydown=if(event.keyCode==13){try{this.form.submit.click();}catch(e){}} onfocus="JQ('#warningBox').show()" tabIndex=2 codeBase=https://img.alipay.com/download/2121/aliedit.cab#Version=2,1,2,1 data=data:application/x-oleobject;base64,VUKKSDYys0SPJ/oa7KqIRAADAAAfEwAAlQIAAAsA//8LAP//CABuAAAAMwBEAEUAUwBfADIAXwAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAw
ADAAMABfADAARQA1AEUAOQA5ADUARQBFAEQAMAA0ADYARAA2ADIAAAATABMAAAALAAAACABuAAAAMwBEAEUAUwBfADIAXwAwADAA
MAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMAAwADAAMABfADAARQA1AEUAOQA5ADUARQBF
AEQAMAA0ADYARAA2ADIAAAALAAAAEgAEAAgAAAAAAAgAAAAAAA== border=0 classid=clsid:488A4255-3236-44B3-8F27-FA1AECAA8844 name=Password_Edit></OBJECT>

I want input some text in this box, however, I tried many kinds of methods, All of it doesn't works

$oPassword = _IEGetObjByName($oIE,"Password_Edit")
_IEPropertySet($oPassword,"innertext","654321")

Show that:

$oTemp.innerText = $newvalue

$oTemp.innerText = $newvalue^ ERROR

$oPassword = _IEGetObjByName($oIE,"Password_Edit")
$hIE = _IEPropertyGet($oIE, "hwnd")
WinActivate($hIE)
_IEAction($oPassword,"focus")
ControlSend($hIE, "", "[CLASS:Internet Explorer_Server; INSTANCE:1]", "654321")
ConsoleWrite(@error&@crlf)

It also not work!

And I think that _IEGetObjByName is working properly to get the object of input, but It hard to set the value of this input box!

Any ideas? Thank you for your help!

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You don't set the inner html of an input, you set the value. It's an attribute.

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You don't set the inner html of an input, you set the value. It's an attribute.

How to set the value ?

_IEFormElementSetValue($oPassword,"654321")

It doesn't works.

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<OBJECT class=objectPw

It is an activeX control, not an HTML element. You may be able to interact with it, but there is no standard way of doing so... it all depends on the methods and properties exposed by the control -- try to find documentation. Otherwise you'll need to resort to sending keys.

Dale


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<OBJECT class=objectPw

It is an activeX control, not an HTML element. You may be able to interact with it, but there is no standard way of doing so... it all depends on the methods and properties exposed by the control -- try to find documentation. Otherwise you'll need to resort to sending keys.

Dale

You are right, because this is a secure website, so it isn't allow me input the password directly, and sending keys is also doesn't works, May be this ActiveX control block the simulated keys.

I find a tool that can be input the text in any password input box, but I don't know how to realized this in Au3

Thanks for your reply!

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