I'm trying to determine the best method to send data to a Flash webpage (not mine) from a VisualBasic 6.0 application.? For instance, if there is a flash textbox for Last Name, I'd like to send a string to fill that field.? Obviously, SendKeys (or a class equivalent) would be an option. But is there a more efficient method?? Also, can I detect that the textbox is even visible in the webpage before sending the data?? The website I'm trying to send data to is called PracticeFusion and it uses Flash (I have a test login if you want to see what's involved; just ask). Really there is just one or two screens I need to post data to; I'm mostly looking for a method to do so (if you can write a demo app in VB6 that consistently gets the data into the flashplayer fields... that would meet the requirements of this project). By consistently, I mean irrespective of browser type and if the window isn't active (but you can assume the user is logged in and has the proper flashpage open). So the VB app would have to select the browser window and insert the data. Also, the app would have to work in Vista/Win7, so the generic SendKeys command obviously won't work. The ideal solution would be if PracticeFusion has some means to allow direct uploading of data (e.g. via ftp), but I doubt this so I need a work-around. My second option is having the user sign-in, navigate to the proper patient/chart and paste data from my application directly to the appropriate fields. A sample data entry screen is attached. You can get to this screen with the following steps: On main screen select "Charts" tab, then double-click the patient TestAdult. On the left-side menu, select the event "11/29/2010" and you will see the SOAP entry screen (the one I need to paste data into).
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