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Delphi App


I have a Delphi app. I've made a script (Windows app), and first thing
was choking me it's username & password fields had variable ID. I 've
got through it using Type -order. But the only thing I have inside
Dialog / EndDialog is the class, because it's the only thing Window
Finder & slscriptbuilder can discover. So, everytime the app has another
window of the same class, script fires. Any help?

Thank you


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Re: Delphi App

cemlopez wrote:

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> I have a Delphi app. I've made a script (Windows app), and first thing
> was choking me it's username & password fields had variable ID. I 've
> got through it using Type -order. But the only thing I have inside
> Dialog / EndDialog is the class, because it's the only thing Window
> Finder & slscriptbuilder can discover. So, everytime the app has
> another window of the same class, script fires. Any help?
>
> Thank you


Have you tried searching the NetIQ knowledgebase? It contains a lot of
documents discussing SecureLogin.

Perhaps one of those documents may help while you await a response to
your post...

https://www.netiq.com/support/kb/

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Re: Delphi App


Can you not check the title of the parent control in your
dialog/enddialog block using parent/endparent comamnds?

The parent would most likely be the title of the container the control
is in e.g. a groupbox, and the parent of this would be the form caption.
Unless all your groupboxes/forms have the same caption it should be
possible to differentiate.


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Re: Delphi App

It may be worth getting LoginWatch.exe (or 64) to have a look at the
app. If you post back the relevant sections of the file we can then
take a look and see if there is something that can be done.

Dvae

On 13/03/2013 17:44, clovercne wrote:
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> Can you not check the title of the parent control in your
> dialog/enddialog block using parent/endparent comamnds?
>
> The parent would most likely be the title of the container the control
> is in e.g. a groupbox, and the parent of this would be the form caption.
> Unless all your groupboxes/forms have the same caption it should be
> possible to differentiate.
>
>

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Thanks, but I can't find LoginWatch in my 7.0.2 Tools. Where can I find
it?


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Re: Delphi App

It should be in C:\Program Files\Novell\SecureLogin

Dave

On 22/03/2013 07:44, cemlopez wrote:
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> Thanks, but I can't find LoginWatch in my 7.0.2 Tools. Where can I find
> it?
>
>

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