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i AM TRYING TO FILL THIS WEBSITE TEXT BOX WITH WEB CONTROL I HAVE TRYED MANY TASK AND NONE OF THEM WORK CAN ANY ONE HELP ME

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i AM TRYING TO FILL THIS WEBSITE TEXT BOX WITH WEB CONTROL I HAVE TRYED MANY TASK AND NONE OF THEM WORK CAN ANY ONE HELP ME THIS VB 6
<LABEL><font class='protrace_text'>PRO TRACE</FONT></LABEL><br>      <INPUT TYPE='text' SIZE=8 NAME='wpronumb' >

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WEBSITE-TEXT-BOX.bmp
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Not sure I understand
Maybe you can list what you have tried?
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i am tring to fill that text box with data for example "354654"
using control functions like these
example i have tryed these i did change the parends
WebBrowser.Document.forms.item(0).elements("field1").value = "myvalue"
For Each htmle In Browser.document.GetElementsByTagName("Input")
Select Case htmle.Name
Case "date"
'enter some data into the input field
htmle.InnerText = "160707"
Case "callsign"
htmle.InnerText = "QW12"
End Select
poststring = poststring & htmle.Name & "=" & htmle.InnerText & "&"
Next
webBrowser1.Document.GetElementById("FirstName").SetAttribute("value", "John")
 
 

 
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Okay I found out I cant get by id so i am trying to get by
getElementsByTagName
please help
 
<CENTER>
<TABLE WIDTH="70%">
<TR>
  <TD ALIGN='RIGHT'><B> Probill  #1:</B></TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='text' NAME='wpro1' VALUE = '' SIZE=10></TD>
  <TD ALIGN='RIGHT'><B> Probill  #2:</B></TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='text' NAME='wpro2' VALUE = '' SIZE=10></TD>
  <TD ALIGN='RIGHT'><B> Probill #3:</B></TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='text' NAME='wpro3' VALUE = '' SIZE=10></TD>
</TR>
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Tagname ----> tbody

http://64.80.57.250/cgi-bin/cgiip.exe/Wservice=wsbroker1/logo-frame.r?language=&seskey=kimIbpiulRfgbdba"

<input type="text" name="wpro1" size="8">


<input type="text" name="wpronumb" size="8">

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What development application are you using?
VB.NET or VB6?
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any one does not matter
 
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I have test application (sorry cant post it here) that allows me to inspect all open web browser windows and read the forms and elements
I know what your trying to do so here are some pointers
I have added the "Microsoft HTML Object Library" to the project "MSHTML.TLB"
You can work fast with the elements if you break it down to so variables but you dont have to
eg:
    Dim oDocument   As HTMLDocument
    Dim oForm       As HTMLFormElement
    Dim oFormInput  As HTMLInputElement
    Dim oFormSelect As HTMLSelectElement
    Dim oFormArea   As HTMLTextAreaElement
    Dim oFormButton As HTMLInputButtonElement
Then you can break down each element of the document to the variables to inspect them alot easier
eg:
Set oDocument = WebBrowser.Document
Set oForm = oDocument.Forms.Item(0)   ' assign to the first form in the document
 debug.print oForm.item("userid").value
or alter a value in the form
oForm.item("userid").value = "12345"
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If oForm.Item("userid").nodeName = "INPUT" Then
Set oFormInput = oForm.Item("userid")
oFormInput.id
oFormInput.type
oFormInput.value
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I posted my source on a public site so you can download and play with it from there
http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=60699&lngWId=1
 I built this some time ago but it should work fine
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