Pinned topic How to set the cursor position to a specific field in a Macro
I am recording a macro and would have to do the following.
1. I have to navigate to set the cursor to a particular field on the screen but that field can appear anywhere on the screen and is not constant. However the fields can be identified based on the text which does not change.
2. For some of the non-constant fields on the screen the selection happens before the "field text" while for others it happens after the "field text"
s FieldOptionA (selection is before the Fieldtext)
FieldOptionB s (selection is after the Fieldtext)
Let me know your thoughts on how we could do it
Thanks in Advance,
george.baker 270001YCQD344 Posts
Re: How to set the cursor position to a specific field in a Macro2013-01-28T19:03:15ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Use the $HMLPSUtil$ library. Search the presentation space for the location of the "field text". Get the row and column position of the "field text" found. Calculate the location of the input field using macro variables.
tmparker 120000EHB3534 Posts
Re: How to set the cursor position to a specific field in a Macro2013-01-29T18:51:33ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- george.baker 270001YCQD
<actions> <prompt assigntovar= "$searchStr$" clearfield= "false" col= "0" default= "" description= "" encrypted= "false" len= "80" movecursor= "false" name= "'searchValue'" required= "false" row= "0" title= "" varupdateonly= "true" xlatehostkeys= "true"/> <varupdate name= "$loc$" value= "$HMLPSUtil.searchString($searchStr$)$"/> < if condition= "$loc$ > 0"> <varupdate name= "$rowLoc$" value= "$HMLPSUtil.convertPosToRow($loc$)$"/> <input col= "22" encrypted= "false" movecursor= "true" row= "$rowLoc$" value= "$rowLoc$" xlatehostkeys= "true"/> </if> </actions>
Just wanted to show a quick code sample to make it a little clearer how the HMLPSUtil is used in a macro.
RavikanthChavali 2700036D4W11 Posts
Re: How to set the cursor position to a specific field in a Macro2013-05-12T20:51:52ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
I tried to search for this question; I was searching based on the author as i could not recollect the tags i have given. This is a topic I started, and suprisingly it shows SystemAdmin as the author. I recoginzed it based on the signature on the original message. Just wanted to clarify if this is normal and expected behavior? and any insight as to why this would/will happen is appreciated?
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Thank you!Updated on 2013-05-13T13:46:46Z at 2013-05-13T13:46:46Z by RavikanthChavali