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    Can SilkTest call javascript\'s functions?

    I have a couple of javascript functions such as submit() and delete().
    If you point your mouse over these objects, you will see 'javascript:submit()' or 'javascript:delete()' in browser status bar.

    Can SilkTest directly call these?

    Thanks.
    Michael

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    Re: Can SilkTest call javascript\'s functions?

    Segue provides online documentation for this (at least in 5.5 they do -- that's what I'm using). For starters:

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    Can I test JavaScript objects?

    Generally, SilkTest does not recognize methods defined for JavaScript objects on a Web page. However, you can use our InvokeJava method to access methods for testing JavaScript objects in Netscape if these objects reside on a Web page that contains an applet.

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    For more information, just look up JavaScript in Help - Help Topics.

    AG

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    Re: Can SilkTest call javascript\'s functions?

    You can also call ExecScript and ExecLine for calling JavaScript code in IE 5+ and Netscape 6. Can't remember when this was added. Probably ST 5.5.

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    Re: Can SilkTest call javascript\'s functions?

    In 5.032 ExecScript and ExecLine *CAN* cause IE to crash. In 5.5 these functions might do the same thing, I never tried. Everything depends on your environment.

    For 5.032 I had win2k(no sp), IE5.0(with sp1 I believe).

    Use it at your risk

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