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User lee rector (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
I have a large user input dialog window in a Rational script that contains
about 18 checkboxes, groupbox frames and radio buttons along with about 7
Is winrunner really limited with its custom dialog window (i.e. help says 10
checkboxs max and 10 editboxes max)? Not impressed if I am forced to build
out an external VB or C++ window.
[edited to remove disclaimers and garbage]
[This message has been edited by jpensyl (edited 06-14-2002).]
Re: custom dialog
Dialogs in WinRunner are weak at best.
WinBatch from "Wilson WindowWare" http://www.windowware.com
Cost of WinBatch is about $100
Cost of Compiler is about $500
The Compiler is well worth the money!
The Compiler can produce stand alone .EXE files that can be distributed to as many machines as you wish.
You can have as many as 100 controls in a WinBatch dialog. You can "invoke_application from WinRunner" the .EXE which makes a call to the dialog .WBC file.
In the .EXE script file, you can save the info returned from the Dialog into a file.
Then read the file in WinRunner.
I have done this and it works great!
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