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TSL Learning curve
How hard is it to learn and use TSL for automated software testing with WinRunner for someone who has good understanding of C++/Java and Windows Programming through the API? Will it take a couple of hours or days to be comfortable with writting scripts for WinRunner?
Thank you for any input.
Re: TSL Learning curve
The language is trivial and easy. The library is generally straight forward and combined with the online help -- easy.
Figuring out how it works and to build the scripts intellegently - argh argh argh.
Just when you think you got it right ... it drags you back down.
Look at old postings to find how it does it what it does.
The gui map, how it targets objects (record, find, customize, playback) is the biggest pain. Followed by timing issues (pop ups or security warnings are my favorites).
A software pro should deal with it easy and by good at it by the end of the week. Other programmers a few weeks to hack it out.
Don't go overboard, it is not suppose to be more complex then the system under test.
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