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Sending Text to DOS / Web based applications

Sending Text to DOS / Web based applications

(OP)
Hi All,

I have developed a testing automation application by using Delphi.

In that I could send informaion from one application to another
Windows based application successfully.

I have plan to use this application to use for DOS as well as Web based applications also.
But I failed to send 'String' information to send to DOS/WEB Applications.

Can anybody help me to do the requirement.

Thanks in Advance.
Maadi

RE: Sending Text to DOS / Web based applications

See this. FAQ102-7402: Use Pipes (or receive input and output from a console) While it is just running a command-line interpreter through a TMemo and taking the input through another control, the methods required to do this demonstrate what you need to know.

It is not possible for anyone to acknowledge truth when their salary depends on them not doing it.

RE: Sending Text to DOS / Web based applications

(OP)
Any way thank you so much Glenn9999 for reply.

I got another solution for the above mentioned issue.

I have successfully used sendkey32 for sending values to Web/Dos/Windows applications.

Thanks once again.
Maadi


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