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User Brian (email@example.com) posted:
Ok I have never really setup winrunner before. We use Robot at the
moment and are currently evaluating Winrunner. I would like to get a
head start on the evaluation. I would like the testing team to be
have access to all of the scripts created. Is there a central
repository that needs to be set up? How are the scripts stored?
Thanks for any help,
User (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
There is no repository in WinRunner itself, but a supporting product called
Test Director is more of a repository of test case scenarios and scripts.
With WR you can just use the directory structure in your network, using
shared drives etc.
In WinRunner there are some basic elements to consider.
1. GUI maps - the map of the screen being tested or used in navigation. For
these we use one version of a GUI map and share them amongst everyone.
2. WR Scripts - the TSL script that runs the test by calling GUI maps,
inputting data and verifying results. Again, we store these on network
drives, once they are debugged.
3. Data tables - these are usually spreadsheets that drive the test scripts
with data that is passed to the edit fields, expected results, even GUI map
names, if you want. These are stored with the WR script directory.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, 27 Nov 2001 01:16:25 -0000, email@example.com wrote:
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