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Test script services for Visual Basic
User Rino Van Dam (RVanDam@psakids.com.nospam) posted:
I was trying to find some information on this on the Rational site, but
couldn't really find any answers. I read the 'Test Script services for
Visual Basic' document (which was for version 2001), and from it , I
- Visual Basic can be used to script tests
- The test scripts services are an 'extension' of Visual Basic to allow you
to do logging etc.
Most surprising, though, was the statement in the document (on page 5) that:
'You can create a Visual Basic test script in any of these ways: -Generate
a script with Rational Robot ....'
How to actually set this up is not made clear, other than how to point
Testmanager to the directory where VB stores code.
Does anyone here have experience with this?
Re: Test script services for Visual Basic
if you just want to record vb code go dowload this and use it. http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...slayer0203.asp