Run time error example:
The Scripting Interface will catch all kind of runtime errors ("crashes") of the iMacros Browser or of Internet Explorer with iMacros plugin. It reports the crash back to the controlling program/script as negative error return code between -1 and -100. All the scripts needs to do is to call iimExit (to make sure the browser instance is really closed and not just frozen) and start a new instance with iimInit.
In VBS that looks like:
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iret = iim1.iimPlay("MyMacro", 90)
if iret < 0 and iret > - 100 then
iret = iim1.iimExit ()
iret = iim1.iimInit ("", TRUE)
In this example we used 90 seconds as timeout value. If the Scripting Interface gets no reaction from the browser after 90 seconds it returns from the iimPlay command.
Note: Not all error values between -1 and -100 are used, but this is the range that is reserverd for Interface related return codes. All error codes below -100 are macro related. All detailed list of error codes is available at http://www.iopus.com/imacros/help/scrip ... r_code.htm