[python-win32] How to figure out the COM object name?
mmarch at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 23:09:52 CEST 2007
Just a quick follow-up..
Since getting past the issue of how to determine the name of the COM
object... my programming adventures of scripting to access Mercury
Quality Center has been insanely great. The first thing I did was
'port' some of the VB examples to Python and just in number of lines
the Python versions had 2/3rds the number of lines as compared to the
Again.. thanks everyone!
On 4/3/07, Michael March <mmarch at gmail.com> wrote:
> Arg! I typed too soon..
> There were a ton of those strings in the file and one of them WAS the
> correct one!
> Thanks LAZY WEB! :)
> On 4/3/07, Mark Hammond <mhammond at skippinet.com.au> wrote:
> > > # This CoClass is known by the name 'TDClient80.AmarillusHash.1'
> > >
> > > Is that my golden ticket?
> > You tell us! :) But quite possibly. If that is the only occurance, it
> > probably is. If there are others, you probably need to inspect the methods
> > available to work out the correct one.
> > Mark
> Michael F. March ----- mmarch at gmail.com
> Ph: (415)462-1910 ---- Fax: (602)296-0400
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> "Seriously" - HSR
Michael F. March ----- mmarch at gmail.com
Ph: (415)462-1910 ---- Fax: (602)296-0400
P.O. Box 2254 ---- Phoenix, AZ 85002-2254
"Seriously" - HSR
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