Reflection 2014 .NET API Guide
Get a View and Session
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using Attachmate.Reflection.Framework;
using Attachmate.Reflection.UserInterface;
using Attachmate.Reflection.Emulation.IbmHosts;

//GetViewAndControlByTitleText gets the view and terminal control of a running session.
//Before you run this sample, open the session used by GetViewByTitleText (in this sample, this is Test.rd3x).
namespace GetViewAndControlByTitleText
{

  class Program
  {

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {

      Attachmate.Reflection.Framework.Application reflectionApplication = MyReflection.CreateApplication();

      if (reflectionApplication != null)
      {

        IView sessionView;

        //Get the Frame object.
        IFrame theFrame = (IFrame)reflectionApplication.GetObject("Frame");
        if (theFrame != null)

        {

          //Get the session view by using the title text. Title text appears on the tab of the loaded session in the running Reflection instance.
          sessionView = theFrame.GetViewByTitleText("test.rd3x");

          if (sessionView != null)
          {

            //Get the control embedded in the view.
            IIbmTerminal terminal = (IIbmTerminal)sessionView.Control;
            if (terminal != null)

            {
              IIbmScreen screen = terminal.Screen;
              screen.WaitForHostSettle(6000, 3000);
              string text = screen.GetText(18, 2, 48);
              Console.WriteLine("The text at row 18, column 2: " + text);
              Console.WriteLine("The session is connected to: " + terminal.HostAddress);

            }

            else
              Console.WriteLine("Fatal error. Check Reflection installation.");
          }

          else

            Console.WriteLine("No such view is open in Reflection. Check the view's title text.");

        }

        else

          Console.WriteLine("Fatal error. Check Reflection installation.");

      }

      else

        Console.WriteLine("Failed to get Application object.");

    }

  }

using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Text;

using Attachmate.Reflection.Framework;

using Attachmate.Reflection.UserInterface;

using Attachmate.Reflection.Emulation.OpenSystems;

 

//GetViewAndControlByTitleText gets the view and terminal control of a running session.

//Before you run this sample, open the session used by GetViewByTitleText (in this sample, this is test.rdox).

namespace GetViewAndControlByTitleText

{

  class Program

  {

    static void Main(string[] args)

    {

      Attachmate.Reflection.Framework.Application reflectionApplication = MyReflection.CreateApplication();

      if (reflectionApplication != null)

      {

        IView sessionView;

        //Get the Frame object.

        IFrame theFrame = (IFrame)reflectionApplication.GetObject("Frame");

        if (theFrame != null)

        {

          //Get the session view by using the title text. Title text appears on the tab of the loaded session in the running Reflection instance.

          sessionView = theFrame.GetViewByTitleText("test.rdox");

          if (sessionView != null)

          {

            //Get the control embedded in the view.

            ITerminal terminal = (ITerminal)sessionView.Control;

            if (terminal != null)

            {

              IScreen screen = terminal.Screen;

              IConnectionSettingsTelnet conn = (IConnectionSettingsTelnet)terminal.ConnectionSettings;

              string text = screen.GetText(18, 2, 48);

              Console.WriteLine("The text at row 18, column 2: " + text);

              Console.WriteLine("The session is connected to: " + conn.HostAddress);

            }

            else

              Console.WriteLine("Fatal error. Check Reflection installation.");

          }

          else

            Console.WriteLine("No such view is open in Reflection. Check the view's title text.");

        }

        else

          Console.WriteLine("Fatal error. Check Reflection installation.");

      }

      else

        Console.WriteLine("Failed to get Application object.");

    }

  }

}