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    Silk Test Vs Winrunner for Delphi

    Hi,

    I am trying to do a tool evaluation to test Delphi objects. I have 2 tools in mind - Winrunner and Silk Test. I need to do a compartive study of which tool supports the best.

    Can anyone please help
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    AR

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    Re: Silk Test Vs Winrunner for Delphi

    Have you tried each on your application?

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    Re: Silk Test Vs Winrunner for Delphi

    Yeah, the best way to decide is to get a trial of each automation product going in-house against your particulat application. Then you'll know for sure which supports YOUR application best. I tested an application written in Delphi many years ago and used SilkTest for a while and then our company decided to switch to QARun. Both worked fine for our Delphi applications after mapping the Delphi classes to their corresponding standard MFC window/control classes.

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    Re: Silk Test Vs Winrunner for Delphi

    Basically I can tell you this much:

    most controls can be mapped to standard controls.

    Beg development to use TStatic instead of TLabel objects as TLabel are not windowed controls and thus can't be seen by the tool.

    For custom grids and such you will have to use the EK like most other custom objects.

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    Re: Silk Test Vs Winrunner for Delphi

    Another thing to consider is who now owns SilkTest and who owns Delphi. Hmmm... ;-)

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    Re: Silk Test Vs Winrunner for Delphi

    there is no addin for delph in silk.so, i suggest dont go for silk if you are a new to silk, because i had a tooo good time with delph and silk .we can easily map it to standard classes but all functionality will not work.for example... try map to text box. you can print or enter data in to text box but you can not get data. it will not identify table ... etc.

    dont test one and two object and it property and
    decide selecting silk .
    raghu

 

 

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