User Sujay Shah (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
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I downloaded the CSO libraries, unextracted the zip files, and got folders.
I was told that the edit-cut-past and VERIFY text function is in the cso
libraries. How do I determine, which 'script' contains the data.
I have a GIF file attached showing my directory structe. (free of viruses
But I need your help explaining what do I do with these CSO
libraries/extrafuncitons? How do I determine what they contain?
Confused in SoCal.
Re: CSO Lib
As posted in a Knowledge Base article on Mercury's support site:
2. Unzip all files to a separate folder.
3. Place all files from csolib/arch into the <WinRunner>/arch directory.
4. Place all files from csolib/lib into the <WinRunner>/lib directory.
5. In WinRunner, open Settings -> General Options -> Environment.
6. Browsing under "Startup test," select cso_init in the csolib/lib directory.
7. Click <OK> to close the Options window.
8. Close WinRunner and save configuration changes.
9. The new functions will be available when WinRunner is relaunched.
Please note that if you have your own startup script already you will have to edit it to include the information needed to load the cso library.
Re: CSO Lib
User Deepti Sogani (email@example.com) posted:
- Launch Winrunner
- Select menu item 'Create/ Inser Function / Function
- In the 'Function Generator' window, select 'cso
functions' in the 'Category' Drop down box.
Select each listed function in the 'Function name'
dropdpwn box. You will see a short description as you
select the function.
Hope this helps...
--- Sujay Shah <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: