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Building custom controls to support SilkTest
I'm currently developing custom controls that are not based on a Windows Common Control. I would like to add support for basic silk test classes.
Does anyone know of a good reference for "Building custom controls that support silk test"
I'm specifically interested in supporting the Table and ListBox silk classes.
Re: Building custom controls to support SilkTest
To what I understood from your post,
I have some questions,
Q1. Which technology are you talking abt if not MFC?
Q2. Your title is contradicting your content
Title: "Building custom controls to support SilkTest"
Content: "Building custom controls that support silk test"
Anyway, in general,
You can code all those APIs which you want SilkTest to support, as PUBLIC functions for your Table/ListBox.
Then, you can do a record class in SilkTest.
This will give you a self defined class in SilkTest with all your PUBLIC functions as the properties of that class.
You can then use those properties to help SilkTest interact with your controls.
This link might not give you wat u want but use this as a reference only to understand the record class functionality - http://support.borland.com/kbshow.php?q=20078
Hope that helps.