Big HTML problems with a C++ App
User Aidy Rutter (AidyR@TrustMarque.com) posted:
I've got HTML forms embedded in a C++ application. So I use StartApplication
to run the .exe. I've got a drop down list in an HTML page, but when I
select an option Robot doesn't give me the text, it gives me a line of
'ComboListBox Click, "ObjectIndex=0", "ItemData=128025556"
So I goto the Robot manual and it says to do any HTML testing I need to use
StartBrowser coz this runs the rbtstrt.htm which loads the Rational ActiveX
TestControl. But I'm in an App?
I get an HTTP reference when I do an OP on the HTML drop-down list, so in
the Robot script I run StartBrowser and StartApplication. When a try to
select an option from the drop down, my computer locks - I can't even do
Does anyone do any HTML testing within a traditional app.
Re: Big HTML problems with a C++ App
User MArk B. (email@example.com) posted:
In the rbstart.htm page is a reference to an ActiveX control. If the
developer were to include that line of code in the HTML that makes up the
page you are working on then you should be able to test it.
And when the developers tell you that they don't want to do it. Could it be
they that they're afraid of you finding bugs?
Hey! Look at this stuff in the can marked U-238. It glows!
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