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    Testing Environments...******

    User Rakesh Verma (rakesh_verma2k@yahoo.com.nospam) posted:

    Hi Friends...
    Please let us know what are the basic change one
    could found by switching the TESTING Environments...
    i fount some differences while testing the same
    application in following environments
    - windows 95
    - windows 98
    - windows NT
    - windows 2000

    please let us know more regarding the same...

    -Rakesh







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    Re: Testing Environments...******

    User Jaimini Bhatt (jaiminita@yahoo.com.nospam) posted:

    As far as Windows environments are concerned, I have found that almost all are compatible to each other i.e. you don't need to change your scripts much. Though on Windows98 & 95 you may need to address the 'Active Desktop' problem(On 98 it is reported to be solved, but yet it is better to be safe).
    1. So, on 98 & 95 I would not keep desktop active
    2. On all machines, the other difference would be How SilkTest is registered in the Environment variables in the Registry. Set Paths, ClassPaths correctly and it would not trouble much.

    The final touch could be explicit mention of the platform in the scripts giving the gui specifier
    1. For declaration of classes or inheriting the classes, using GUI specifiers for parent classes, you must explicitly use the GUI specifiers with the descendants:
    msw95 winclass newclass

    msw95 winclass subclass : newclass

    msw95 window subclass inst


    2. . For script, you may use the platform too:
    e.g. msw, motif
    below is a sample code block borrowed from the user's guide
    msw, motif switch (i)

    case 1

    msw Print ("hello")

    motif Print ("goodbye")

    case 2

    msw raise 1, "error"

    motif Print ("continue")

    default

    msw Print ("ok")

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Rakesh Verma
    To: silktest@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 5:47 AM
    Subject: [silktest] Testing Environments...******


    Hi Friends...
    Please let us know what are the basic change one
    could found by switching the TESTING Environments...
    i fount some differences while testing the same
    application in following environments
    - windows 95
    - windows 98
    - windows NT
    - windows 2000

    please let us know more regarding the same...

    -Rakesh







    __________________________________________________
    Jaimini Bhatt

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    Re: Testing Environments...******

    User Rakesh Verma (rakesh_verma2k@yahoo.com.nospam) posted:

    Thanks friends !!!
    i have got enough inputs and my purpose is
    solved...thanks for ur support...

    Best Regards
    -Rakesh

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