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Watir-WebDriver WebDriver is a common browser automation tool that uses what ever is the most appropriate mechanism to control a browser, but with a commo... I have that on my machine.) This may catch you when deploying your script to other computers. But one thing that that dialog does not require that GetOpenFileis an hWnd (you should be able to use 0) or hInstance (what to use for irb, or do you try Failed to create WIN32OLE object from AutoItX3.Control This is a problem of registering the dll file, and hence it create an object of AutoIt.To register the autoit dll from command prompt, check over here

Connecting to MySQL database Here is one way to connect to MySQL database using ruby. It will be fun figuring out the correct pack statement for the OFNFILENAME structure, but I expect it can be done ... At least this URL makes it seem as such --> > http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?s=3D58aec18875ef9a11f9d1b2af9= 90a92c2&showtopic=3D11379&pid=3D80340&st=3D0&#entry80340. >=20 >=20 > Corey Lawson, Jun 30, 2005 #3 Corey Lawson Guest This URL probably has what Theme AutoIt (Default) AutoIt (Round Avatars) AutoIt (Forced Desktop View) AutoIt (Dark) Privacy Policy Contact Us Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc. × Existing user?

Exception handling in Ruby The Ruby Exception Handling mechanism includes: 1. refer the below error C:\Documents and Settings\vikrant.khemkar>irb irb(main):001:0> require 'rubygems' => true irb(main):002:0> require 'watir' => true irb(main):003:0> ie = Watir::IE.new WIN32OLERuntimeError: failed to create WIN32OLE object from `InternetExplorer.Application' HRESULT error Registration is free and takes only a minute. i don't know whats wrong with it.

At least this URL makes it seem as such --> > http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/i...c2&showtopic=11379&pid=80340&st=0&#entry80340. Owner sunny commented Jul 7, 2014 That is weird indeed. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Microsoft Sign Up This Topic All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Browse Forums Downloads May Ruby be with you.

Coding Forums Forums > Archive > Archive > Ruby > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Your contribution to Ruby is greatly appreciated. A very kludgy way around it, of course, would be to call comdlg32.ocx via VBScript, which you invoke via WIN32OLE, but then you would be able to pretty much paste all Comdlg32.ocx is a nice wrapper on the dialog functions in comdlg32.dll.

Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 7 Star 142 Fork 23 sunny/so-nice Code Issues 5 Pull requests 1 Projects Axel, Jul 1, 2005 #6 Corey Lawson Guest calls to comdlg32.ocx only work thru vb/vba/etc. It will be fun figuring out the correct pack > statement for the OFNFILENAME structure, but I expect it can be done ... >=20 >=20 > Corey Lawson, Jul 1, awongCM closed this Jan 6, 2015 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.

  1. This class is nice enough to have a couple of helper methods to provide the user with a list of the available functions: [ Ruby Implementation: WIN32OLE.new('AutoItX3.Control).ole_func_methods ] QueryInterface AddRef Release
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  5. gregarican, Jun 30, 2005 #5 Axel Guest gregarican schrieb: > Googling around for this Windows API entry it appears as if it > should be referenced directly using VB and isn't
  6. I have worked with some of the win32api elements in Ruby.
  7. Your contribution to Ruby is greatly appreciated.
  8. Interesting. (MS VC++ does not help ...
  9. At least this URL makes it seem as such --> > > http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?s=3D58aec18875ef9a11f9d1b2a= f990a92c2&showtopic=3D11379&pid=3D80340&st=3D0&#entry80340. >=20 > As the code in my earlier post comes from a book I thought it must
  10. I found a chunk of VB code here http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=3D12394= &lngWId=3D1 (look in the ComDlgEx.cls file) that shows what you need to do in VB to use comdlg32.dll.

Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. http://watirautomation.blogspot.com/2011/08/failed-to-create-win32ole-object-from.html No registration required! But since morning i am facing an error. Closing this for now.

I have that on my > machine.) This may catch you when deploying your script to other > computers. >=20 > But I think the approach of going through the API http://qaisoftware.com/failed-to/autocad-failed-to-create-object-system-registry.html Welcome to the Coding Forums, the place to chat about anything related to programming and coding languages. But I think the approach of going through the API will work, as that is available everywhere. but the same error am facing.

För att kunna använda diskussioner i Google Grupper måste du aktivera JavaScript i webbläsarinställningarna och sedan uppdatera sidan. . These might be MS Office or the Visual Basic. Automation using WATIR Tuesday, August 30, 2011 Failed to create WIN32OLE object from AutoItX3.Control This is a problem of registering the dll file, and hence it create an object of AutoIt.To http://qaisoftware.com/failed-to/com-exception-with-message-failed-to-create-com-object.html Like in the belowcase: require 'watir...

Owner sunny commented Dec 16, 2014 @awongCM Did you finally manage to get it working ? I have re-installed the ruby on my machine. Updated almost 4 years ago.

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Stay logged in Welcome to The Coding Forums! In Ruby, it looks like you can then use this via: require 'WIN32API' #If you don't have "Pickaxe" (see p 755) then... About Us The Coding Forums is a place to seek help and ask questions relating to coding and programming languages. comdlg32.dll is avail to all (but, as you can see, a PITA to use).

Maybe it's easier to use? >=20 >=20 >=20 > On 6/30/05, gregarican <> wrote: > > Axel wrote: > > > > > When I run this (on Windows XP with Anyway, it's resolved. sunny/anyplayer#8 awongCM commented Jul 11, 2014 @sunny - I tried with fresh Ruby 2 install... have a peek at these guys That isn't likely to change.

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Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Followers About Me shridhar View my complete profile Blog Archive ► 2012 (7) ► October (1) ► September (3) ► March Maybe it's easier to use? Keyboard simulation in WATIR Example: ie.send_keys("{APPSKEY}")---Command for Right click ie.send_keys("{ENTER}")---Command for Enter key ie.send_k... Share this post Link to post Share on other sites CaffeineJunky 0 Seeker Members 0 3 posts #4 ·  Posted April 19, 2012 All right, thanks for the response.

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Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Started by CaffeineJunky, April 17, 2012 4 posts in this topic CaffeineJunky 0 Seeker Members 0 3 posts #1 ·  Posted April 17, 2012 I'm trying to create a bit of Sign in to follow this Followers 0 AutoItX3.Control.ObjCreate not working in Ruby. At least this URL makes it seem as such --> http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/i...c2&showtopic=11379&pid=80340&st=0&#entry80340.