Hi,

What version of ruby and watir are you using?

The follow snippet works for me. It handles a modal login dialogue
followed by a java security popup.


def jsClick( a, button, user_inp = nil,rtxt = nil)
    waitTime = 60
    hwnd1 = $ie.enabled_popup(waitTime) # wait up to 60 seconds for a
popup to appear
    if (hwnd1)
      w = WinClicker.new
      if (rtxt)
      popup_text = w.getStaticText_hWnd(hwnd1).to_s.delete "\n"
      end
      if (user_inp)
        w.setTextValueForFileNameField(hwnd1, "#{user_inp}")
      end
      sleep 5
      w.clickWindowsButton_hwnd(hwnd1, "#{button}")
      w = nil
    end
    return popup_text
  end

## Modal login using AutoIt
def login(site,user,pswd,g)
    if $Login != 1
      a ='Connect to ' + site #login dialogue
      b = Watir.autoit.WinWait(a,'',60) #login dialogue present?
      puts" #{a}"
      if (b==1) #execute only if login dialogue is detected
        puts " Login\n"
        Watir.autoit.WinWait(a)
        Watir.autoit.Send(user)
        Watir.autoit.Send('{TAB}')
        Watir.autoit.Send(pswd)
        Watir.autoit.Send('{ENTER}')
        sleep 1
        c = Watir.autoit.WinWait("Windows Internet Explorer",'',10)#
security alert present?
        if(c==1)
          g.jsClick($ie,"OK")
        end
        $Login = 1
      end
    else
      puts"Login not required\n"
      sleep 1
      c = Watir.autoit.WinWait("Windows Internet Explorer",'',10)
      if(c==1)
        g.jsClick($ie,"OK")
      end
    end
  end



On May 12, 1:29   鮮 
> Does anyone know how to determine if an Internet Explorer window has a
> modal window open using only win32ole?
>
> I tried looking in the modal_window.rb and container.rb files  > but I cant figure how to do this using only win32ole.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
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