<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by kMcLeod: Anyone have any luck calling functions and procedures in a C# dll from Visual Test?
I think that no pbm would come. Because DLL is created by same previous techniques. But I didn't work with C Sharp.
For web pages, All contents will be in html..So that no more problems will come.
Thanks Palani, but the problem is that dll's in .Net are "self-describing". In order to use one in your .Net app, all you have to do is copy the dll to a directory and reference in your project. It doesn't get registered in the Registry from what I understand, so VT just doesn't know how to find it.
So I was just wondering if anyone has found a way around this.
Did you ever get your question answered? I'm running into the same problem with Mercury Interactive's WinRunner. I can't uniquely identify the objects because the object pointers are being dynamically assigned at run-time. I was wondering if Visual Test would solve my problems. I'm guessing from your post that you didn't have much luck with this? Our Windows-based application (not Web-based) is being developed in C# through .NET. I'd appreciate any info on this that you may have. Thanks,
Dade Behring, Inc.
No, I'm afraid I don't have an answer for you. The reason I was inquiring about this is because I wanted to write some tools and utilities in C# and then call them from my Visual Test scripts.