I am experiencing some problems in implementing WinRunner for .NET
specifically ASP.NET. WinRunner is not recognizing the IE Web Controls like
TreeView, Tab Strip etc. If anybody has experienced similar problems or
found any work around except the use of Virtual Objects, please let me know.
But my problem is that the WinRunner is not even recognizing these controls
(namely Tree View, Tab Strip etc) as objects. And also if you try to record
the clicking of tab or the expansion of Tree, WinRunner is not generating
User Franzen, SPS PROFI, DA (C.Franzen@DeutschePost.de.nospam) posted:
you will either have to wait for the GUI testing support addon that probably
will become available someday, or write your own support for .netīs GUI
controls. The latter is a rather large job involving custom recording and
other badly-documented functionality. I decided to wait for standard support
fopr .net GUI testing.
Schwarz, Prof. Spruth & Associates Unternehmensberatung AG & Co. KG
Deutsche Post World Net
It's been a long time since you started this post. I wonder if you have had any luck with this for I am in the same situation now. We have customized server-side webcontrols and I've evaluated Quicktest Pro 6.0 and it doesn't work with my webcontrols. From what my contact from Mercury said, they only support WinForms like "system.windows.forms.Treeview".