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    Quick Test Pro

    Hello,
    Can someone tell me how to add .vbs,.xml,.xls,RecoveryScenario files through programming in expertview.(without adding them in Test->settings.)

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    Re: Quick Test Pro

    Hey Friend,
    I read the Manual those chapters realting the question I asked. But still I cdn't figureout as how to add Datafile, RecoveryScenario file in the expertview(at runtime).
    Thanks.

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    Re: Quick Test Pro

    RTFM (Read the Friendly Manual) my friend. It is all explained there in the later chapters of the QTP User's Guides (all versions).

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    Re: Quick Test Pro

    QTPMan,

    If you had fully read the chapters on the DataTables and Recovery Scenario you would have seen the last line of each chapter stating the following:

    DataTables (pg. 408): Section - Using Data Table Scripting Methods. "For more details on the Data Table methods, refer to the QuickTest Professional Object Model Reference."

    Recovery Scenarios (pg. 449): "For more information on the Recovery object and its methods, refer to the QuickTest Professional Object Model Reference."

    Both of what you wanted is listed in the Object Model Reference.

    For Data Tables to pull in an external file (Excel worksheet) the command is: DataTable.Import ("C:\flights.xls")

    For the Recovery Scenario information look up:
    Recovery Object and RecoveryScenario Object.


    It's New Years Eve here and I'm feeling generous. Good luck.

    Jim

    [ 12-31-2005, 05:49 PM: Message edited by: jimhazen ]
    Jim
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