Message Edited by Travis H. on 11-16-2005 10:27 PM
I know this is an old post, but I wanted to reply with a fix so that anyone trying to control website will know how to fix the problem.
The Bank of America.vi has all the information needed. The problem with it, is that it did not take far enough. You must get a reference to the
login button, the same way you get a reference to the login form to enter the account name. Then use the "submit" method of the reference button.
You must know the name the webpage uses for the button, a good program to use is IEDevToolBar from Microsoft. It only works with IE.
Did you ever get this to work. I'm trying to create a LabVIEW app that will talk to a secure link (https using TLSv1) and the things you've mentioned are similar to what I need to do (i.e. GET/POST)
Here's a working version of the code, but for WellsFargo.
I thought I had made the change that pknight mentioned, but then I double checked the code and it looks the same... oh well. Perhaps it has to do with how BofA has changed their site over the years. I hope this helps for anyone looking at this old thread.
**EDIT: LabVIEW 2010
I also have a similar application, but accessing the web interface for some test equipment. This will work for me, but I get to the point where I click on an item and it opens up a save/open pop up window. I would like to hit the save button and than specify the save file location and name in the program. How do I deal with these pop ups in labview code?
I have the same problem with the fill information and submit a web application.
The code is pass when I run with highlight, step by step, it can fill information, submit and access the web; but when I run directly, it will error on the 3rd Flat Sequence Structure and unstable, sometimes error at 3rd sequence, sometimes error at 5th sequence, sometimes it 6th, can anybody help me? thanks