I am starting with Outlook Express.
One important point for this seems to be a method to wait for windows to disappear (e.g. if I send an E-Mail I have to wait until the Message window goes away...)
I tried to use the ControlGetState() API for this, but this seems not to work
correctly. Although I can see that the 'New Message' Window is still there,
the state for this seems to be 'CONTROL_UNAVAILABLE'.
Here is the code snippet for this:
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className = 'ATH_Note' self.messageForm = Ranorex.FormFindClassName(className) if self.messageForm == 0: raise RanorexError, 'New message Form not found' #Fill some fields in message form #Press Send button #In our test case message will not be sent yet # e.g.because of errors for i in range(NUMBER_OF_RETRIES): Ranorex.Sleep(100) messageState = Ranorex.ControlGetState(self.messageForm) print 'state:' + hex(messageState) if messageState & Ranorex.CONTROL_UNAVAILABLE: print 'message Form unavailable' else: print 'message Form still existing'
message Form unavailable
In what cases will the state be -1?
Are there any known issues with this or how would you check for the existence or non existence of Controls/Windows which existed before?
I have tried AutoIt before, which had some 'waitXXX' functions.
But I like the Ranorex strategy of not inventing an own scripting language,
but using a powerful existing one like Python much more...