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use thread; use Parallel::ForkManager; use Data::Dumper; use Net::Telnet; use Win32::API; use Win32::GUI(); $main = Win32::GUI::Window->new( -name => 'Main', -width => 500, -height => 900, -text => 'Perl', -minsize => 500, 900, ); my $loadImage = new Win32::API ('user32', 'LoadImage', 'N','N','I','I','I','I','N') or die 'cannot find LoadImage function'; my $waitCursor = $loadImage->Call(0, 32514, 2, 0, 0, 0x8040); my $font = Win32::GUI::Font->new( -name => "Comic Sans MS", -size => 8,); $main->AddLabel(-text => "Welcome ", -pos => 10, 10 , -size => 190, 125 ,); $main->AddLabel(-text => "Enter Host Name / IP : ", -pos => 10, 33 , -size => 190, 125 , ); my $t= $main->AddTextfield( -name => 'tfResults', -text => "hostname", -pos => 125, 30 , -size => 100, 25 , ); my $my_but = $main->AddButton(-text => "Submit",-name => 'btQuery', -pos => 235, 30 ,-size => 50, 25 ,); $main->Show(); Win32::GUI::Dialog(); sub btQuery_Click { $main-> DoEvents(); $txt1=$t->Text; if ($txt1) { my $txt1=$t->Text; if($txt1=~/a-zA-Z0-9+/) { #CHECKING WINDOWS OR UNIX HOST BY CALLING BELOW FUNCTION $oldCursor = Win32::GUI::SetCursor($waitCursor); #show hourglass ... print "\nConnecting to : $txt1"; &host1($txt1); if($hosttype=~/Unix/) { $t->ReadOnly(1); $my_but->Disable(); &unix_host; } elsif($hosttype=~/Windows/) { $t->ReadOnly(1); $my_but->Disable(); &win_host; } elsif($hosttype=~/unknowhost/) { $main->AddLabel(-text => "", -pos => 10, 200 , -size => 500, 500 ,); $main->AddLabel(-text => "Unable to connect host. Please check the host name/ip.", -pos => 10, 200 , -size => 500, 950 ,-font => $font, -foreground => 0, 0,250,); print "\nUnknow host. Please check the host name/ip."; last; } # Connecting to Unix host sub unix_host { my $txt1=$t->Text; $main->AddLabel(-text => "", -pos => 0, 200 , -size => 500, 900 ,); $main->AddLabel(-text => "Please wait.....logining to host. ", -pos => 10, 200 , -size => 500, 500 ,); $telnet = new Net::Telnet ( Timeout=>1800, Errmode=>'die', input_log=>'input.log',output_log=>'output.log',Dump_Log=>'dump.log',Option_log=>'option.log'); $telopt_ttype_ok = ''; $telnet->option_callback(\&opt_callback); $telnet->option_accept(Do=>Net::Telnet->TELOPT_TTYPE); $telnet->suboption_callback(\&subopt_callback); chomp $txt1; $telnet->open($txt1); my $oldCursor = Win32::GUI::SetCursor($waitCursor); #show hourglass ... $telnet->waitfor('/login: $/i'); $telnet->print('root'); $telnet->waitfor('/Password: $/i'); $telnet->print('dangerous'); $telnet->waitfor('/# $/i'); print "\nConnected to Unix host :$txt1 "; print FILE "\n@time1:Connected to Unix host: $txt1"; $main->AddLabel(-text => "Connected to Unix host. ", -pos => 10, 500 , -size => 500, 500 ,); #print "\nSetting symcli and adios path on host."; #my $PATH = '/usr/symcli/bin:/usr/adios'; #$telnet->print("PATH=$PATH"); #PATH=$PATH:/data/myscripts #$telnet->print("PATH=$PATH:/usr/symcli/bin:/usr/adios"); #$telnet->print("export PATH"); #$telnet->waitfor('/# $/i'); Win32::GUI::SetCursor($oldCursor); #show previous arrow cursor again $check1=$main->AddButton(-name => "Unix_Check",-text => "Check version",-pos => 55, 70 ,); $main->AddLabel(-text => " Enter custom cmd:",-pos => 10, 100 ,-size => 250, 125 ,); $t1= $main->AddTextfield(-name => 'tfResults2',-text => "",-pos => 130, 100 ,-size => 100, 25 ,); $submit=$main->AddButton(-text => "Submit",-name => 'Unix_submit',-pos => 250, 100 ,-size => 50, 25 ,); sub Unix_Check_Click { } sub Unix_submit_Click { } } } } }

In reply to Re^2: Win32 GUI freeze by ckant8
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