How do I know if my application is developed on .net technology
I am testing a webbased application using Winrunner 7.6 and my scripts work fine.
I have read in this forum that WR does NOT support .net and substitute for that is Quicktest Pro.
My company says all it's applications are on .net but my questions are
1) How do my winrunner scripts work if .net is used in the development of the application.
2) Has winrunner come up with an Add-in for .net applications?
3) Is there any way to find out from the source code (view-->source) weather the application is built on .net or not.
Any help would be appriciated.
Re: How do I know if my application is developed on .net technology
You need to understand Dot Net more, but it is the structure behind the display, (GUI). There is no definitive method of knowing if an application is built on Dot Net, but most new ones are and most web pages mask the structure by use of HTML. So the answers to your other questions:
1. WinRunner can work with Dot Net as the GUI is not any different, but there can be tables, objects, etc. that are Dot Net and this will hose WR. However you can still script functions to handle them.
2. No WinRunner will not have any Dot Net Add-ins.
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