I use descripting programming. All my scripts are individual libraries. My objects come off a .vbs file referenced during runtime. My tests cases are excel sheets run by a Test driver.
[This is similar to the keyword driven approach, on MI site, but with major changes to it.]
For descriptive programmers, the only possible means of performing checkpoints is to verify the internal properties of the object [programmatically], using innertext, name, value etc with GETROProperty.
With this kind of an approach has anyone performed bitmap checkpoints? Is any other alternate method of validating the same is available?
Re: Bitmap checkpoints
Thank you MalleswariQA & Mark M
Works like a charm.