Gives the options open to you via the Mercury Tools, so i am not sure how hard a search was done as the above URL was the first hit on google with "winrunner powerbuilder .net" [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Oh and please do not post multiple versions of the same question, some people are know to act adversely to this as it is goes against the forum rules.
Actually the application is in .NET but we are testing it just like any asp application and that works fine. It is the powerbuilder apps that cause problems. Neil I see you posting here all the time any specific suggestions or tips. I have problems with Powerbuilder for eg with a
menu_select_item("File:Close Window) it will run fine for x ammount of iterartions and simply bomb out on X+1 giving me an error that it cannot find the item or on a tbl_set_selected_cell it will do something similiar. Some days the scripts run fine and other they will give me a lot of errors.
Let me preface this post by saying I did a search before posting and could not find a satisfying answer for my question or any similiar posts.
We have WR 7.5 where I work. Our applications are all Powerbuilder and .NET applications. WR does not seem to support PB 9 very well neither is it great for .NET applications. My manager asked me to find out if upgrading to WR 8.0 would help resolve any of the problems WR was having. He also told me that there was a substantial cost to upgrading the licenses so if I want the upgrade I have to justify the extra expense. Any experience with this or could tell me if there is any specific advantage to upgrade to 8.0 for Powerbuilder and .Net applications
If you search for ".Net" in the search you would find that Mercury said WR will NOT have any support for .Net applications. That is one reaso why that they have made QTP (Quick Test Proffessional). I believe you can transfer the license to QTP but dont hold me to that. If you go look at Mercury's website, you should be able to find out what they have for QTP and WR (as in support). FOr more information about .NEt and ways to workaround it with WR do the search on ".Net". YOu can also do a search about Power Builder too. Oh, and please try not to post two "identical" topics