I'm trying to incorporate a string or strings to the keyboard input stream to enter some data to an application already running (I can not transfer any data to this application since I only have the .exe file).
As far as I know, there is a function in C++, SendInput(), that can do this.http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms646310.aspx
Is there any similar function in LabView?
Thx a lot.
I saw this post when it was new and, since then, have been fighting to get SendInput.to work - finally finding the solution on the LAVA forum. It didn't seem easy to find an example of SendInput or keybd_event, here, so for future NI-LabVIEW forum users, here's an example that shows 3 ways to inject keystrokes - including a very simple .NET method "Windows.System.Forms.SendKeys.SendWait".
hey thanks for the example but i am looking to use sendinput dll to send mouse right click command as mouse event dll is suppressed in the windows 10 . so can you please guide me so as to how to achieve it