they are basically server files for a vertain game
dont really see what conection the db has but yes SQL
the serverfiles will run on the server
a dedicatedd server that i am renting so yes online
and i use remote desktop to connect to it
I cant seem to find the edit post button so sorry for posting 3 times
anyway Nevermind the link i gave at the post before this use this one http://trilogynetwork.net/agent.rar so what needs to happen is when agentserver1.exe is started is automatically starts without pressing the start button
any ideas on how to do that?
i dont want you to make the whole thing just give me ideas on what to use or how to do it so i can try them
i have to run this on a remote online server so mouse and keyboard inputs are basically disabled
ok let me explain this properly someone keep sending "fake" packets to my server which crashes that agentserver1.exe and i have a script in AUTOIT to monitor if it crashes and it can execute a application so i let it execute the agentserver1.exe again but the prob is you have to still click on the start button for it to actually start ... my request is is there a way to modify the agentserver1.exe in a way that when you open it it automatically activates the start button?
I am going to ask the moderators to move this to web development. You have to manage the server with an application to see either if "fake" packets is send to your agentserver or to manipulate the start button click event.
It will be quite tuff to try and manipulate what is going on on the server side without keyboard or mouse events/interaction. It can be done by making use of command prompt and scripts, but I think it will be better if the server is manipulated directly????
In vb6, add a webbrowser to your form. Project/references/MS Internet Library.
Under components, Internet controls.
The following code -
'Form Load event
'You can also manipulate text boxes etc as aboev
wbBrowser.Document.All("YourTextboxName").Value = YourStringValueHere
Thats a bit more involved, using API's to get the handle of the application and the form and the "start" command button. Luckily, this was asked a few weeks back and we have managed to solve the problem. Have a look at it HERE.
Go through the code and test, let me know if it solved your problem.:)
For Each ctrl As Control In Me.Controls("pnlMainPanel").Controls
If ctrl.GetType Is GetType(System.Windows.Forms.Panel) Then
For Each subCtrl As Control In ctrl.Controls
If subCtrl.GetType Is GetType(System.Windows.Forms.TextBox) Then
If subCtrl.GetType Is ...