First question: is this a Java Application (like JBuilder or something?) cause to run an application enbedded, the first requirement is that the application is must be a windows native application (so you run a VM of some sort, it won't work).Originally Posted by memy
The second requirement is that his application has a specific Window Title OR a specific Window Class Name (if you know what that is...).
Anyway for "discovering" such information, you can use a very nice simple application called Winspecttor Spy..
You can find the information you need byt doing this:
-Run Open Office and make sure the window you want to enbedd is visible
-Drag the red target circle (top-left) onto the WINDOW TITLE of the window you want to enbedd -- you should see a red line around the entire window.
-Now the window information is highlighted on the list of the left side of Winspector.
-Right-Click on the highlighted item and hit "Properties.." a new window comes up
-The information you need is in the two first lines of the properties window.
You can try to use the second line info (Text) or the first line with a '!' in front (to denote it's a class name) as the windowsearch string. Examples would be:
You should try to use the most unique of the two above to prevent other windows of the same information from being enbedded.
If you can't highlight the windows with Winspector, you won't be able to enbbed them because they're not windows native applications.