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    How can I read windows api... **********

    How can I read windows API using silk. Iam using win'98 and win'NT to test an application.

    I'd appreciate if you could give me your ideas.

    Thanks in advance.


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    Re: How can I read windows api... **********

    <UL TYPE=SQUARE>
    <LI>Read up on how to use DLL's with Silk in the User's guide
    <LI>Go to Microsoft and read up on the API's you want to use, and use the DLL that they belong to.[/list]
    Steven Tyler
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    Kronos Incorporated
    tel: +1 978 947 4219

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    Re: How can I read windows api... **********

    Thanks Styler for your reply,

    but my requirement is, when I run the 4Tscript it has to start the winNT --> login --> open perticular application -->and do some validations.

    How I might accomplish above task...can you share your ideas with me please.

    Many thanks in advance.


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    Re: How can I read windows api... **********

    You might try letting the NT log into itself. There have been threads posted about how to do that. Then when your NT machine is logged in, you could call a batch file or put a script in the Run key of the registry that starts SilkTest from the command line and performs the test you want.

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    Re: How can I read windows api... **********

    I think John's solution is very good.

    I had great luck with auto login via registry entries for NT 4.0. All I can add is that this thread explains the registry values for NT and a work around for 98 (possibly)
    http://www.qaforums.com/boards/ubb/F...ML/000973.html

    [This message has been edited by rick_weth (edited 12-11-2000).]
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    Re: How can I read windows api... **********

    just don't tell your network security people you're doing this


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