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Internet Explorer FileDownload Event & Automation Error - Visual Basic 6

Private Declare Function GetForegroundWindow Lib "user32" () As Long
Public WithEvents IE As SHDocVw.InternetExplorer

Private Sub Timer1_Timer()

Dim strTitle As String
Dim lngRet As Long
Dim AppName As String
lngRet = GetForegroundWindow()
On Error GoTo ErrorMsg

    If (lngRet <> IE.hwnd) Then
    Set objShell = New Shell

        For Each obj In objShell.Windows
            If TypeName(obj.Document) = "HTMLDocument" Then
                If obj.hwnd = lngRet Then
                Set IE = obj
                Label1.Caption = ""
                End If
            End If
       Next obj
    End If

Form2.Caption = IE.LocationName
Form2.Refresh

Exit Sub

ErrorMsg:

Label1.Caption = Err.Number & " # " & Err.Description
Resume Next

End Sub

Private Sub IE_FileDownload(Cancel As Boolean)
MsgBox "A file download is about to start."
End Sub

#######################################################

In the above code,

1. The file download event never occurs.

2. Also the program suddenly stops because of an Automation error that
says "The object invoked has disconnected from its clients" with error
number -2147417848.

What are the solutions for the above two problems?

I have VB Service Pack 5 & 6 installed in my pc.

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11/5/2007 12:08:35 PM
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Shubhrajyoti wrote:
> Private Declare Function GetForegroundWindow Lib "user32" () As Long
> Public WithEvents IE As SHDocVw.InternetExplorer
> 
> Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
> 
> Dim strTitle As String
> Dim lngRet As Long
> Dim AppName As String
> lngRet = GetForegroundWindow()
> On Error GoTo ErrorMsg
> 
>     If (lngRet <> IE.hwnd) Then
>     Set objShell = New Shell
> 
>         For Each obj In objShell.Windows
>             If TypeName(obj.Document) = "HTMLDocument" Then
>                 If obj.hwnd = lngRet Then
>                 Set IE = obj
>                 Label1.Caption = ""
>                 End If
>             End If
>        Next obj
>     End If
> 
> Form2.Caption = IE.LocationName
> Form2.Refresh
> 
> Exit Sub
> 
> ErrorMsg:
> 
> Label1.Caption = Err.Number & " # " & Err.Description
> Resume Next
> 
> End Sub
> 
> Private Sub IE_FileDownload(Cancel As Boolean)
> MsgBox "A file download is about to start."
> End Sub
> 
> #######################################################
> 
> In the above code,
> 
> 1. The file download event never occurs.
> 
> 2. Also the program suddenly stops because of an Automation error that
> says "The object invoked has disconnected from its clients" with error
> number -2147417848.
> 
> What are the solutions for the above two problems?
> 
> I have VB Service Pack 5 & 6 installed in my pc.
> 
to answer your first statement, the people who can help will need to see the 
code that calls IE_FileDownLoad()

(If you don't have any code to call it, the event will certainly never occur)

I'm presuming the error DOESN'T occur in the timer structure, because your own 
error message isn't displayed.
Actually, it could be the time delay you've set is too small, or even when you 
enable/disable the timer, so you will need to give those who can help you some 
more information, or the code where the error is really occuring

Argusy




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argusy (86)
11/5/2007 1:02:41 PM
Actually FileDownload is an event of Internet Explorer which fires
similarly as the other events does. As for example

Private Sub IE_BeforeNavigate2(ByVal pDisp As Object, URL As Variant,
Flags As Variant, TargetFrameName As Variant, PostData As Variant,
Headers As Variant, Cancel As Boolean)
    If (MsgBox("Do you want to navigate to " & Trim(URL), vbYesNo +
vbQuestion) = vbNo) Then
    Cancel = True
    End If
End Sub

The following files have been added as references:

Microsoft Internet Controls (system32\shdocvw.dll)
Microsoft Shell Controls and Automation (system32\shell32.dll)

There is a timer control with interval=100 and a label named Label1 on
the form to display the error messages.

Other than that there is no special code.

Through this code, the current Internet Explorer window's title is
being displayed as this program's title bar's caption.

0
11/6/2007 8:30:31 AM
  I don't know the answer to this, but a few points
that might help:

*  FileDownload is IE6+ only and a quick Google search
turns up several links about it not firing in some instances.
(I have IE5 here, so I can't test that.)

*  Can you do WithEvents with an object that may
keep changing? I haven't tried it, but it doesn't
seem like a good idea.

 * I would think you should do an Exit For once you
get an IE instance, since you'll otherwise be
dropping that IE for the next one in the next
iteration if there is more than one instance running.

 * You didn't include the code that runs after you
find the window you want, so there's not much
for anyone to go on in terms of figuring out why
the download event isn't firing. For instance, you're
checking the foreground window but not setting
your choice of IE windows to foreground. I don't
follow what the foreground test is for. It sounds like
you're somehow de-referencing your IE instance.
(Possibly in the loop, as noted above.)

* I agree with Argusy on the interval. Why would you
go through all windows 1 times per second? Wouldn't
once per second be enough? Or maybe even less. That
might be worth testing.

* If you want to download a file for the client there
are much less clunky ways to do it than with IE.
If you just want to go to a website with IE then
are DownloadBegin and DownloadComplete events.


> Private Declare Function GetForegroundWindow Lib "user32" () As Long
> Public WithEvents IE As SHDocVw.InternetExplorer
>
> Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
>
> Dim strTitle As String
> Dim lngRet As Long
> Dim AppName As String
> lngRet = GetForegroundWindow()
> On Error GoTo ErrorMsg
>
>     If (lngRet <> IE.hwnd) Then
>     Set objShell = New Shell
>
>         For Each obj In objShell.Windows
>             If TypeName(obj.Document) = "HTMLDocument" Then
>                 If obj.hwnd = lngRet Then
>                 Set IE = obj
>                 Label1.Caption = ""
>                 End If
>             End If
>        Next obj
>     End If
>
> Form2.Caption = IE.LocationName
> Form2.Refresh
>
> Exit Sub
>
> ErrorMsg:
>
> Label1.Caption = Err.Number & " # " & Err.Description
> Resume Next
>
> End Sub
>
> Private Sub IE_FileDownload(Cancel As Boolean)
> MsgBox "A file download is about to start."
> End Sub
>
> #######################################################
>
> In the above code,
>
> 1. The file download event never occurs.
>
> 2. Also the program suddenly stops because of an Automation error that
> says "The object invoked has disconnected from its clients" with error
> number -2147417848.
>
> What are the solutions for the above two problems?
>
> I have VB Service Pack 5 & 6 installed in my pc.
>


0
mayaXXyana1a (154)
11/6/2007 1:51:27 PM
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3D print your own tabletop board games
Fancy trying your hand at making your own minatures games but lack the materials? Your dreams of tabletop domination could soon be in reach, ...

List of Interstate and U.S. Highways in Alabama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Three systems of numbered highways are present in the U.S. state of Alabama : the Interstate Highway System , U.S. Numbered Highways , and the ...

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