Selenium AutoIt: How to Automate Non-Browser Based Functionality

Selenium AutoIt: How to Automate Non-Browser Based Functionality

Selenium Test Automation

My team is currently working on a project using Behavior Driven Development (BDD) and Java. Our main application is browser-based, so we’re also using the Selenium WebDriver with Java; however, our application also has other thick client applications integrated into it.

Most of our automation efforts are fine when using Selenium with BDD, but issues arise whenever we need to perform actions against the thick client applications when testing certain workflows. What to do?

The best solution I’ve found around these issues is to use AutoIt which is a freeware application that is designed to help automate Windows-based UIs. The normal procedure is to create AutoIt scripts using the built-in BASIC-like programming language, but that isn’t an optimal solution for my team.

Instead, to still be able to develop in Java in our normal IDE we are accessing AutoIt through COM using Jacob, which is a Java COM bridge.

Also — rather than have everyone that needs to run the tests install another product — AutoIt– we can get around it simply by registering the AutoItX3 DLL.

This might sound complicated, but following the steps below should get you up and running in no time.

The Selenium AutoIt Solution

First you need to configure your machine:

  • Fire up Eclipse and Create a new Java Project named AutoIT


  • In the Windows directory where the AutoIT project is saved, create a new directory named lib


  • Download the JACOB Java COM bridge:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/jacob-project/

  • Download the AutoIt Zip file option:

http://www.autoitscript.com/site/autoit/downloads/


  • Download the AutoItXJava.jar file:

https://code.google.com/p/autoitx4java/downloads/list


  • Navigate to where you placed the Jacob zip file and extract it.
  • Copy the jacob.jar, jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll and jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll filed and place them in the AutoIT>Lib folder we created earlier.


  • Navigate to where you downloaded the AutoItX4java.jar file and copy it into the AutoIt>Lib directory.
  • Your AutoIT >lib directory should now have these four files:
    • AutoItX4Java.jar
    • Jacob.jar
    • Jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll
    • Jacob-1.18-M2-x86.dll


    • Create another folder under your project named tools/autoit
    • Navigate to the folder where you extracted AutoIT and copy the AutoItX3.dll and the AutoItX3_x64.dll into the tools/autoit directory.


    • In Eclipse, right click on the AutoIt project and click Refresh
    • Right click on the AutoIt project again and select Properties
    • Under the Java Build Path, click on the Libraries tab.
    • Click on the Add JARS.. button.
    • Navigate to the lib folder we created and add:
      • AutoItX4Java.jar
      • Jacob.jar


Now — so that we can use AutoIt without installing Autoit we need to register the AutoIT dll that we placed in our tools/autoit directory:

If you are using Java 32bit:

  • Click on the Windows start button and enter regsvr32 yourpath/AutoItX3.dll


If you are using Java 64bit (if you don’t do this, you will get the error Can’t co-create object):

  • Click on the Windows start button and enter regsvr32 yourpath/AutoItX3_x64.dll



  • You should now be able to call AutoItX methods directly from Java. Let’s look at how this is done:

Use the Calculator to add two numbers

For a quick sanity check to verify that you can use ActiveIT in Java, let’s create a small test that calls the Windows calculator and adds two numbers:

  • In Eclipse, right click on the AutoIt project and click Class
  • In the New Java Class window, name the class CalcTest and select the public static void main option.


  • Click finish
  • At the very top of the class, add the following imports:
import java.io.File;
import autoitx4java.AutoItX;
import com.jacob.com.LibraryLoader;
  • In the CalcTest class, under the main section, add the following code:

First, you’ll need to determine whether the machine you’re running this on has Java32 bit or 64bit installed. (If you know this already you won’t need this code, but if you want to run on multiple machines it might make sense for you to programmatically determine the Java bit version and load up the corresponding Jacob.dll version.)

To do this, add a method under the static void main section:

/**
*
* Returns if the JVM is 32 or 64 bit version
*/
public
static String jvmBitVersion(){
 return System.getProperty("sun.arch.data.model");
}
  • Under static void main, enter:
public static void main(String[] args) throws InterruptedException {
String jacobDllVersionToUse;
if (jvmBitVersion().contains("32")){
jacobDllVersionToUse = "jacob-1.18-M2-x86.dll"
}
else {
jacobDllVersionToUse = "jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll";
}

File file = new File("lib", jacobDllVersionToUse);
System.setProperty(LibraryLoader.JACOB_DLL_PATH, file.getAbsolutePath());

AutoItX x = new AutoItX();
x.run("calc.exe");
x.winActivate("Calculator");
x.winWaitActive("Calculator");
//Enter 3
x.controlClick("Calculator", "", "133") ;
Thread.sleep(1000);
//Enter +
x.controlClick("Calculator", "", "93") ;
Thread.sleep(1000);
//Enter 3
x.controlClick("Calculator", "", "133") ;
Thread.sleep(1000);
//Enter =
x.controlClick("Calculator", "", "121") ;
}
  • To get the Calculator button ids for the number 3 and = I used the Au3info application that is in the install directory of autoit-v3 that we downloaded and extracted in a previous step.


  • For a list of AutoIt function’s available and how to use them, check out the AutoIt online documentation.
  • Right click on the AutoIt project and select Run As > Java Application
  • The Windows calculator should start and enter the values 3 + 3 = 6


More Automation Awesomeness with AutoIt

How cool is that?! Stay tuned for my next post where I will show you how to use this same technique to handle non-browser based dialogs that occasionally occur when testing web applications.

Another option to check it besides AutoIt to help with these types of issues is SikuliX. Check out my post on How to Get Started with SikuliX to learn more.

67comments
Malay - July 8, 2014

Hi Joe,

Congratulations on the success of your website.Lot of helpful articles and Testtalks.Great work.
My question:-
Can we use AutoIT for functional automation testing of Windows applications.
Is AutoIT any different from WHITE framework?

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    Joe Colantonio - July 9, 2014

    Thanks Malay – how you been!? I think White Framework which is basically a wrapper around the UI Automation Framework is much better and can automate more things then AutoIt. AutoIt is good at simulating keystrokes, and mouse movements and works fine for what I need to automate in my framework right now. If I was developing in .NET I would differently be using White/UI instead.

    Reply
Malay - July 9, 2014

I am doing great..Thank you.

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Charmaine - August 25, 2014

Hi Joe,
Thanks for the clear instructions. I’m now using this to deal with non browser based dialogs and it is working beautifully.
Regards,
Charmaine.

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    Joe Colantonio - August 26, 2014

    Awesome – glad to know that it is working for you!

    Reply
Ram - September 29, 2014

Thank you for clear article on auto it incorporation into automated testing. I am not a developer and getting below shown errors for following lines of code:

Your help is highly appreciated.

import java.io.File;
import autoitx4java.AutoItX;
import com.jacob.com.LibraryLoader;
public class calcTest {

public static void main(String[] args) {

public static void main(String[] args) throws InterruptedException {
String jacobDllVersionToUse;
if (jvmBitVersion().contains(“64”)){
jacobDllVersionToUse = “jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll”;
}
else {
jacobDllVersionToUse = “jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll”;
}

Errors:

Description Resource Path Location Type
Duplicate local variable args calcTest.java /AutoIT/src line 8 Java Problem
Syntax error on token “(“, ; expected calcTest.java /AutoIT/src line 8 Java Problem
Syntax error, insert “;” to complete LocalVariableDeclarationStatement calcTest.java /AutoIT/src line 8 Java Problem
void is an invalid type for the variable main calcTest.java /AutoIT/src line 8 Java Problem

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    Joe Colantonio - September 29, 2014

    Hi – you should only have one main section. Your code snippet has main twice. Should look like this:

    public static void main(String[] args) throws InterruptedException {
    String jacobDllVersionToUse;
    if (jvmBitVersion().contains(“32”)){
    jacobDllVersionToUse = “jacob-1.18-M2-x86.dll”
    }
    else {
    jacobDllVersionToUse = “jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll”;
    }

    File file = new File(“lib”, jacobDllVersionToUse);
    System.setProperty(LibraryLoader.JACOB_DLL_PATH, file.getAbsolutePath());

    AutoItX x = new AutoItX();
    x.run(“calc.exe”);
    x.winActivate(“Calculator”);
    x.winWaitActive(“Calculator”);
    //Enter 3
    x.controlClick(“Calculator”, “”, “133”) ;
    Thread.sleep(1000);
    //Enter +
    x.controlClick(“Calculator”, “”, “93”) ;
    Thread.sleep(1000);
    //Enter 3
    x.controlClick(“Calculator”, “”, “133”) ;
    Thread.sleep(1000);
    //Enter =
    x.controlClick(“Calculator”, “”, “121”) ;
    }

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MekalaRamesh - October 28, 2014

I have been followed the steps which you have provided and finally integrated “Autoit” with eclipse.
Very clear steps and easily understandable.
Thanks for the tutorial !!!

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    Joe Colantonio - October 28, 2014

    Great – let us know how it ends up working for you!

    Reply
Surbhi - November 21, 2014

Thanks a lot for this really SMART content:)

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Nilam Pathak - November 26, 2014

Thank you so much for the tutorial.

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Surbhi - December 3, 2014

Hi Joe,

I used your ‘Code’ above. It works great. However, I am facing this problem inconsistently….the problem is:
When ‘File upload’ dialog opens, ‘AutoIt’ script does execute.
The scenario where I am trying it is:
Upload an image in ‘Gmail’ mail. i.e. Compose an email with an attachment
My Observations are:
1. When ‘File Upload’ dialog opens, no action is performed
2. If I manually close this ‘File Upload’ dialog and reopen it, code executes.

My code snippet is as follows:
AutoItX autoIt = new AutoItX();
autoIt.winWaitActive(“File Upload”);

//autoIt.wait(3000);
autoIt.send(“C:\\vcredist.bmp”);
// autoIt.wait(3000);
autoIt.controlClick(“File Upload”, “”,”1″);
P.S. I tried introducing ‘Wait’, but it didn’t help.

Thanks and Regards,
Surbhi

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vedantha - December 11, 2014

Hi,

Thanks for your clear information.
In my current project, i have to automate a web application (it is an desktop app (exe)) before it was a browser application. Now for me the challege is how to automate the desktop app using Selenium ( i have to use selenium webdriver since already the scripts and framework are designed), Can you please let me know how to do this with Selenium Webdriver by using other tools to integrate to it.

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Vishnu - January 1, 2015

Nice article. I have a windows based application which has certain menus. On clicking on menu item it opens IE browser where I need to perform testing.

By seeing above article, looks like by using autoIT I can open the windows application and click on menu but how will webdriver will be attached to the browser window which was opened by the app ?

How can we automate such scenarios using webdriver and AutoIT ?

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    Joe Colantonio - January 13, 2015

    Wow good question. I did not think of this scenario – I always assumed that the UI was launched from a Selenium browser instance. I don’t know if the functionality you are looking for is possible. Any one else know?

    Reply
Sada - January 5, 2015

Awesome explanation. I just tried this installing and I could do it flawlessly. Thanks a ton….

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David - January 19, 2015

Great article! Learned how to get Java COM and AutoIt in Java working.

On a related note, you can use AutoIt through WebDriver instead of over COM over Java to integrate with Selenium. With WebDriver route, you just deal with 2 driver instances in your preferred language. Check this out:

https://github.com/daluu/AutoItDriverServer

and I based the calculator demo in part on your article here ;-)

there’s a demo showing Selenium integration as well. Sorry that the demo scripts are in Python WebDriver client bindings, but one should be able to figure out how you’d map that to the Java equivalent.

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    Joe Colantonio - January 20, 2015

    Cool – thanks David!! I definitely will be checking this out.

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      Bmk - February 20, 2015

      Hi Joe,

      I am using windows 7 . When i tried to register the dll regsvr32 D:\NewRnD\AutoIT\tools\autoit\AutoIt\AutoItX3_x64.dll or regsvr32 D:\NewRnD\AutoIT\tools\autoit\AutoIt\AutoItX3.dll. was getting an error that (Check your windows is compatible or not with regsvr32). i am unable to fix the AutoIt. Can you please help with it. Thanking you in advance.

      Bhuwan

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Dinesh - February 12, 2015

Hi Joe,
Thanks for the very good tutorial. I have tried all the steps mentioned in this blog and hitting the following error message. Can you please help me to resolve the issue?

————————————————————-
Exception in thread “main” com.jacob.com.ComFailException: Can’t co-create object
at com.jacob.com.Dispatch.createInstanceNative(Native Method)
at com.jacob.com.Dispatch.(Dispatch.java:99)
at com.jacob.activeX.ActiveXComponent.(ActiveXComponent.java:58)
at autoitx4java.AutoItX.(AutoItX.java:181)
at KCalc.main(KCalc.java:21)
——————————————————

Code :
________________________________________
import java.io.File;

import autoitx4java.AutoItX;

import com.jacob.com.LibraryLoader;

public class KCalc {

public static void main(String[] args) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub

String jacobDllVersionToUse;
if (jvmBitVersion().contains(“32”)) {
jacobDllVersionToUse = “jacob-1.18-M2-x86.dll”;
} else {
jacobDllVersionToUse = “jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll”;
}
File file = new File(“lib”, jacobDllVersionToUse);
System.setProperty(LibraryLoader.JACOB_DLL_PATH, file.getAbsolutePath());

AutoItX x = new AutoItX();
x.run(“calc.exe”);
x.winActivate(“Calculator”);
x.winWaitActive(“Calculator”);

}

public static String jvmBitVersion() {
return System.getProperty(“sun.arch.data.model”);
}

}
____________________________________________________

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Prabhat - February 23, 2015

Hi Joe,

I followed the above steps. There were no compilation errors,
however, I ended up with the below errors:

Exception in thread “main” java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: m_pDispatch
at com.jacob.com.Dispatch.createInstanceNative(Native Method)
at com.jacob.com.Dispatch.(Dispatch.java:101)
at com.jacob.activeX.ActiveXComponent.(ActiveXComponent.java:58)
at autoitx4java.AutoItX.(AutoItX.java:181)
at CalTest.main(CalTest.java:31)

I tried to find out the solution over the net but could not get any help.
Could you please help me with this.

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    Prabhat - February 24, 2015

    Got the solution of my problem.

    The jacob and the dll version were not same.
    After keeping the same version (1.17), its working fine now.

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Debasis - February 23, 2015

This is really a nice article to start with, specially those are willing to automate a solution which uses browser and windows application.

Thanks,
Debasis

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Rohit - April 1, 2015

Hi,
I want to ask that,
Can we able to click the bookmarks stored on browses bookmark menu bar using AutoIt?

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sampurna - May 6, 2015

Hi Joe,

Thanks for your clear instruction. I am able to integrate Autoit with Java code and it is successfully working for demo like calculator. but while I am trying to automate one of my Windows app it is not functioning properly as the ID field is getting generated dynamically. each tym i am opening the window by “run” command, the field and button ids are different. so can you please lemme know how to manage it using autoit. Is it possible to generate the autoit script using AutoitRecorder and integrate it with the java code.

please find the below generated code for my automation.

#region — Au3Recorder generated code Start (v3.3.9.5 KeyboardLayout=00000409) —

#region — Internal functions Au3Recorder Start —
Func _Au3RecordSetup()
Opt(‘WinWaitDelay’,100)
Opt(‘WinDetectHiddenText’,1)
Opt(‘MouseCoordMode’,0)
Local $aResult = DllCall(‘User32.dll’, ‘int’, ‘GetKeyboardLayoutNameW’, ‘wstr’, ”)
If $aResult[1] ‘00000409’ Then
MsgBox(64, ‘Warning’, ‘Recording has been done under a different Keyboard layout’ & @CRLF & ‘(00000409->’ & $aResult[1] & ‘)’)
EndIf

EndFunc

Func _WinWaitActivate($title,$text,$timeout=0)
WinWait($title,$text,$timeout)
If Not WinActive($title,$text) Then WinActivate($title,$text)
WinWaitActive($title,$text,$timeout)
EndFunc

_AU3RecordSetup()
#endregion — Internal functions Au3Recorder End —

Run(‘C:\Program Files (x86)\DecTech Solutions\Instinct 4.6.0.12 (QBEAU)\Instinct.exe’)
_WinWaitActivate(“Instinct Sign-On”,””)
MouseClick(“left”,374,352,1)
MouseClick(“left”,-412,-175,1)
MouseClick(“left”,-323,-2,1)
_WinWaitActivate(“Application Quick Search”,””)
Send(“{DOWN}”)
_WinWaitActivate(“Instinct Sign-On”,””)
MouseClick(“left”,668,577,1)
MouseClick(“left”,1082,13,1)
MouseClick(“left”,-412,-179,1)
MouseClick(“left”,-332,-10,1)
MouseClick(“left”,662,579,1)
MouseClick(“left”,674,583,1)
MouseClick(“left”,52,430,1)
MouseClick(“left”,664,582,1)
MouseClick(“left”,664,582,1)
MouseClick(“left”,1042,-203,1)
#endregion — Au3Recorder generated code End —

Please help… waiting for your response..
Thanks,
Sampurna

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gauav - July 17, 2015

Hi i was trying this software for zenmap software but it didnt worked at all.
can you please check and tell me.

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    Joe Colantonio - July 19, 2015

    Sorry not sure I understand your question

    Reply
Anand - September 28, 2015

Hi joe,

Share example coding for a web application using Autoit

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Shark - September 28, 2015

I was curious, if you are running a 32 bit operating, should I still use the 64 bit dll files?

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    Joe Colantonio - October 1, 2015

    No if your os is 32 but you should use 32bit

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Seshu - October 16, 2015

this is Great Information. Cant wait to test.

Pretty Cool Thing you have shared.

Appreciate for the info

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    Joe Colantonio - October 16, 2015

    Thanks Seshu – glad it helped!

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Neeraj Mahajan - December 30, 2015

Hi Joe,

I followed your tutorial and everything worked fine. In this test example you have used Auto3Info application to extract information about the calculator GUI, but in my case how I can extract information for my Java application components like textField,button etc id or name.

Thanks
Neeraj

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Swap - February 1, 2016

yes…it worked for me…thanks for posting this article…Appreciate…!!!

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Kedhar - March 22, 2016

Hi Joe,

Thanks for your detailed steps.

I am not able to download ‘AutoItX4Java.jar’ from https://code.google.com/p/autoitx4java/downloads/list

Please help me.

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    Joe Colantonio - March 29, 2016

    Hi Kedahr – the link is still valid – I just verified that it works. Are you getting an error message?

    Reply
Jaya Ganesh - May 11, 2016

Hi Joe,

Thanks for this article. Can we use this AutoIT approach to automate the mainframe applications ?

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David GUILLEN - June 13, 2016

Thanks a lot!! It saved me a lot of headaches!!! Continue like that

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Robin - June 21, 2016

Hi Can AutoIt be used to test .Net based window form?

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    Joe Colantonio - June 22, 2016

    It depends – are you getting an error when you try?

    Reply
Robin - July 6, 2016

I am getting different behavior while using mouse click options {mouseclick(x,y)}. I recorded a mouse click action to select an option from the menu on my windows form. But when I take the recorded code out and run it through my java program, its not clicking the option I wanted to. The coordnates seems to be changing. How can this be resolved?

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MANJEET - July 12, 2016

Problem in AutoIT.jar

While using the “ControlClick” Command to click on “Open” Button of Putty , My Putty Screen got disappeared.

I am sure that i am able to click on the “Open” button, But my Putty Window got disappear. I have not used any Hidden Window Commands.

Please give me any solution.

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    Joe Colantonio - July 13, 2016

    When you say it “disappears” does it really close Putty or is it running in the background? Can you do a controlfocus on the main window to bring it forward again?

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Diptangshu - July 13, 2016

Hi Joe,
You had reported a problem at https://groups.google.com/d/msg/thucydides-users/jdctDeWRr4o/ziQUMtkTIIIJ

Did you get a solution?

I am stuck at this same point, while I was implementing your steps above, in this content.

Please help.

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    Joe Colantonio - July 13, 2016

    Hi. I’m trying to remember how I fixed this. Did you follow the exact steps in this post? I think it might of been related to me not doing the regserv on the write bit version.

    Reply
Vinayak Vaid - August 4, 2016

Hi,

I tried the steps but when i am registering DLL for 64 bit operating system, it is throwing an error that –

“The module “”%1″” may not compatible with the version of Windows that you’re running. Check if the module is compatible with an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of regsvr32.exe”

Whereas I checked that my system is 64-bit. Please help me with this.

Thanks.

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    Joe Colantonio - August 18, 2016

    What version of windows are you using 7,8 ,10?

    Reply
Zayyad - August 13, 2016

Hi Joe,

Thanks for your clearly outlined article.

Can AutoIT and Selenium be used to test applications like SAP ISU or any SAP software?

Thanks,
Zayyad.

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Aki - August 17, 2016

Hi Joe,

Thanks for the article.

I am trying to automate an SWT app and AutoIt seemed useful, however, every time i launch a new instance of the app, the control ID changes and the instance ID changes.

Any way around this or any other toolset i could use(Currently looking at Jubula)?

Thank you.

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surendra - August 21, 2016

Thanks Joe , great sample !!!

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Vimesh - September 5, 2016

Can any one please help me on below steps

where exactly we need to type the below commands?

Now — so that we can use AutoIt without installing Autoit we need to register the AutoIT dll that we placed in our tools/autoit directory:

If you are using Java 32bit:

Click on the Windows start button and enter regsvr32 yourpath/AutoItX3.dll

If you are using Java 64bit (if you don’t do this, you will get the error Can’t co-create object):

Click on the Windows start button and enter regsvr32 yourpath/AutoItX3_x64.dll

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Vimesh R R - September 6, 2016

Hi,

Thank you so much for the clear explanation, but i’m stuck at below steps could you [please help me understand the below points. where excatly we need to type regsvr & path.

Now — so that we can use AutoIt without installing Autoit we need to register the AutoIT dll that we placed in our tools/autoit directory:

If you are using Java 32bit:

Click on the Windows start button and enter regsvr32 yourpath/AutoItX3.dll

If you are using Java 64bit (if you don’t do this, you will get the error Can’t co-create object):

Click on the Windows start button and enter regsvr32 yourpath/AutoItX3_x64.dll

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Running this on Remote Node machine - September 9, 2016

Hi Joe,

Thank you for the article,

Is there a way to run this on Remote node using Selenium Grid. As I understand this code runs on a local system. How about running the same on distributed machines using Selenium Grid

Thank you!
Shivaji

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    Joe Colantonio - October 25, 2016

    Hi Shivaji – I actually have not found a way to get this to work myself :(

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kiwi - October 16, 2016

why i get this excetion
Exception in thread “main” java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Can’t load library: D:\workspace\oatester\lib\jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.Runtime.load0(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.System.load(Unknown Source)
at com.jacob.com.LibraryLoader.loadJacobLibrary(LibraryLoader.java:151)
at com.jacob.com.JacobObject.(JacobObject.java:110)
at autoitx4java.AutoItX.(AutoItX.java:181)
at com.vip.test.CalcTest.main(CalcTest.java:22)

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raman rayat - November 11, 2016

Hi Joe,

Thanks for the great tutorial.
Please joe help us to run this code on remote machine as well.

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    Joe Colantonio - November 19, 2016

    Hi Raman when you say a remote machine what do you mean — using a Selenium grid?

    Reply
Deep Bagchi - December 8, 2016

Hi Joe,

Works great!! Initially wasn’t able to register the .dll as i was not running it as administrator. After i ran it as administrator, its working. Thanks a ton!!! :-)

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Raman Rayat - January 21, 2017

hey i am not able to press key on windows 10 calculator auto info is not able to detect id on it ??

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Naveen - February 19, 2018

Hi Joe,
Excellent Article, thank you for providing.

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Endu - March 16, 2018

This is Excellent information.
Question: Here operation is performed using co-ordinates. Is there any other way it can be identified as regular objects?
Background: I want to identify fields on Mainframe screen using Jacob.jar but not as co-ordinates.

I’ll be very thankful if anyone can answer.

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lipsa - April 24, 2018

HI,

Can we automate browser based java application through this?

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