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Creating a .NET form in Silk Test
One of the things I liked about Test Partner is it allowed me to create some VBA form with in Test Partner. I start a form I drag the buttons and boxs onto the form. I than tie the form to a script to open up.
It allowed me to use some of the scripts and functions we had written for Regression to use them in manual testing. I was even able to create a script that helped move code.
I know Silk Test can do forms and all that jazz, but I have to do it all by code.
My biggest problem is getting the form to come up, stay up until I hit a button to close it.
Is there a way to do this in Silk test?
I do a Form.Show but it justs shows the form and moves onto the next item in the .net script?
Use Form.ShowDialog() to make the dialog modal.