Joined: 15 Nov 2005
Location: Dorset, UK
|Posted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:17 am Post subject:
To get started quickly you should create a normal macro load and when this is loaded in to Internet Explorer DataLoad will automatically use Browser Control. No further setup is required. You should avoid sending data as keystrokes (i.e. DataLoad cell data should not be prefixed with a '\') and when you need to click on a button or a link then use *ml in the DataLoad cell to tell DataLoad to issue a click. When the IE field is a checkbox DataLoad will make the checkbox ticked if the cell contains a value (any value) or clear the checkbox if the DataLoad cell is empty. DataLoad automatically handles almost everything to do with Browser Control so if you follow these steps then you will have a working Browser Control load.
To get the full benefit of Browser Control you should associate each DataLoad column with the relevant IE fields. You can then remove navigation commands such as TAB from your load. See the following web page for more details about that:
To get the most out of Browser Control please use DataLoad Professional V5.1 or higher because V5.1 contained some important improvements over V5.0.
Thanks and regards,