I'm having a lot of trouble with a simple command. It seems that the 'else' in the following script isn't recognized if AP2 is disabled.
If AP2 is disabled prior to running the script (which automaticlly enables AP1), it's successful. However, if AP2 is enabled prior to running the script, the correct radio button is not selected. Nothing happens on the webpage (content is html, java, atg dynamo). Any suggestions ??
The value returned is 1. The script still functions the same, fails depending on which radio button is enabled when running. I have tried different scenarios to figure this out, but continually end up with the same results. What I thought would be a simple if statment, has turned into a monumental task. I'm waiting to hear back from Compuware.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by wilsonsims: I'm having a lot of trouble with
.... hCtrl = RadioFind( "AP2" ) ... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Some windows functions don't work against web pages. Unfortunately QARun documentation doesn't describe this "feature".