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    Non Web Appliation Testing.

    Hi All,

    Anybody help is highly appreaciated.

    I have to use Silk for automating testing of a non web application. Does Silk really helps me in getting the work done ?.

    Refer me some documents on non Web Application ( to be precise it is an MS Access application) testing by using Silk.

    thank you,
    vinesai


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    Re: Non Web Appliation Testing.

    HI All,

    Some body help me, how to go about testing a Stand Alone application. Does Silk really helps in doing so ??.

    thanks,
    vinesai.

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    Re: Non Web Appliation Testing.

    Yes. It does help, absolutely, but your post has so little information that it is difficult to offer anything.

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    Re: Non Web Appliation Testing.

    SilkTest (aka QA Partner) was originally designed to do non-web application testing. That is, designed to test applications developed in Visual Basic, C/C++, Delphi (with a lot of class mapping), etc.

    Might want to take a gander at the tutorials included in the documentation.

    As for MS Access applications, that's another kettle of fish. If you mean an application developed in one of the aforementioned languages which uses an Access database, sure.

    If you mean an application developed in MS Access.... I haven't looked at an Access "application" lately, but when I did a while back (Access 98 or so), SilkTest didn't see any of the objects in the forms as they seem to be painted rather than created like standard objects.

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    Re: Non Web Appliation Testing.

    Hi,

    This is in continuation to the same context of the previous question though, I am not sure whether I can make use Silk for GUI based testing for Access, of course still.. I am with fingers crossed.

    But I am sure I can make use of database functionalities to fetch the data, if I am sure that I am using the right querry/ procedure used for a particular form.

    My doubt is that does Silk support to invoke the Stored procedures directly ??.

    Is any limitations about amount of data fetched by using Silk.

    any help is appreciated

    thanks,
    vinesai.

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