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iOpus Internet Macros 5.22 - User Guide and FAQ

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Guide of Reading and Writing from database!

Database integration is very easy with Internet Macros thanks to its powerful Scripting Interface. Internet Macros can connect to any Windows database, for example ACCESS or SQL Server, but also MySQL.

Please see the following example scripts:

Write to database:

"extract-2-file.vbs" (uses wsh-extract-and-fill-part1 and wsh-extract-and-fill-part1 macros) "extract-2-database.vbs" (store information from a website in a database)

Read from database:

"file-2-web.vbs", "database-2-web.vbs" (reads a text file or database and submits the content to a website)

Examples for other programming languages:

The VBS examples can be used with VB6 or VB.NET with almost no modification. The software also comes with a VB6 and a VB.NET example projects. They are located in c:\program files\InternetMacros3\Examples\VisualBasic

For more guide, please read the "help text"!

Frequently Asked Questions - iOpus Internet Macros

  1. The web page I am accessing requires Internet Explorer (IE). Is this a problem?
    The Internet Macros browser has full IE compatibility. It comes with all Internet Explorer functions, including Cookies, ActiveX Controls, Java Script and Macromedia Flash.

  2. Can I create macros that will run on the page displayed in the web browser?
    After recording a macro, open the macro source and manually remove the URL GOTO... command. If not all TAG commands are found an all pages that you need to run the macro, use SET !ERRORCONTINUE YES to simply skip TAG commands that can not be executed.

  3. How do I make the macro continue (and not stop), if somewhere in the macro I get a timeout or error?
    Please add the command SET !ERRORCONTINUE YES to your macro.

  4. How to make IM stop until a users enters a value?
    You can add the PROMPT command to the macro to make IM ask for a variable (e g. the file name) or simply wait for a click on OK.

  5. Can we have a loop inside a macro?
    Basically what you need is a macro that first navigates to your website, runs the query and then LOOPs over the result. The solution is to split the task in two macros. The first macro (macro1) navigates to the site and runs the query. The second macro (macro2) "loops" over the result until all items are clicked on and saved. Both macros are combined with a small Windows Scripting file. Note that macro2 does not have an URL GOTO... command. Thus the Internet Macros Browser continues macro2 exactly at the position where macro1 stopped.

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