We have the Delphi add-in and I pulled these from the delphi.wri file in the WinRunner\dat directory. You might also want to check this file for special instructions for InfoPower grids.
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This add-in enables you to record and run operations on standard Delphi objects. The Delphi objects are automatically mapped to standard WinRunner object classes.
WinRunner records and runs tests on Delphi Grids using standard WinRunner table functions
WinRunner supports two grid components and all objects that inherited from them:
WinRunner learns a set of default properties for each object during Context Sensitive testing. These enable WinRunner to obtain a unique identification and meaningful logical name for every object in your application.
For Delphi objects, WinRunner learns the name that the application developer assigns to the object. It appears in the GUI map as the dlph_name<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Basically, if your grid is not a descendant of TDBGrid or TStringGrid, I think you are out of luck. If your grid is from a large third-party Borland vendor, I would give Mercury a call and see what they can do.
If you break it; they will come.
[This message has been edited by CSNuts (edited 01-25-2003).]