I know its a known issue and i want to work on this issue how much complex it may be.
Lets have a look at the problem first:
When we delete cookies the browser that are still open still have some session cookies in the memory and we cannot reuse that browser for the test cases that tests on websites which sets cookies. I have had so many problems where while closing the browser using QTP crashes the IE and stops the test case.
Well i am working a COM project which will help people reuse the same browser and make testing even smoother. I have done some RND on the topic and thing looks a bit complex as it would require me to hook to the running ie and delete cookies related to that ie.
I need help from experts out there. If you have any kind of information on the topic that you think can help us achieve this do let me know. I was not able to find much on this on the net. If we anything already on the web then it would be great but if not then this would some thing usefull to the QTP users as well as other web user
Before your test(s) launch the browser where this is an issue, clear cache and cookies.
Originally posted by Tarun Lalwani: No body knowns anything or what????
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">People usually know quite a bit. The brain is an amazing computer with large amounts of RAM and bio-ROM. It also has cache. Cookies are fuel for the processor!
Originally posted by chillyhouse52556: Tarun I faced the same problem month ago and you told me there is no solution for flushing the data in the browser without closing it and it is an authontication issue http://www.qaforums.com/cgi-bin/foru...;f=20;t=003983
could you please pass me your solution firstname.lastname@example.org , I really need it since it is pain in the back closing the browser each time.
Thank you so much
I turned to MI as they are the source of knowledge but they don't have a solution for this problem so I directed them to your site [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
I believe this forum is more helpful than MI.
thank you again for sharing your solution.