I have spent an enormous amount of time searching the web for a solution. I have found an enormous amount of server side development, but a dirth of client side references.
I am receiving no responses from postings to VB classic and Web on several different site Forums. I am willing to pay a nominal fee for help.
I am logged on to a Web site via a VB6 WebBrowser, i.e. I am on the client side.
I need to automate clicking a 'CommandButton' that is on the screen.
Manually, I can click and can access the innerHTML and retreive the contents, so I am focused on the correct document.body.
I am certain that there is a very simple solution, I just do not have the experience to mechanize one.
The Java source that I am trying to click is:
[CODE<td class="subMenuOff" id="portfolioWatchLists" onmouseover="parent.changeSubMenuBgColor(this);" onmouseout="parent.changeSubMenuBgColor(this);" onclick="linkTarget('/cgi-bin/apps/u/WatchListDisplay');"><a href="#">Watch Lists</a></td>[/CODE]
The page that is in view can be refreshed as:
This is where I need to return to.
which was just ignored by during run-time.
I have tried a lot of methods and none have worked, cloning, creating classes... (I do not have enough experience to make these more complicated ones work.) The very first thing that I tried was a simple web Post:
which brings up the correct page overlayed on the 'Home' page, but
I found this in a different context, i.e. where a click loaded a page that overwrote the 'Home' page and needed a way to return. I do not think this is applicable. "/cgi-bin/apps/u/HomeContent?returnto=/u/Home"
I am at wits end, and need some help.
Please with either, Money ( fee ) or Honey ( thanks ) on it.
"Good Software like good food takes time to prepare."
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