QARun uses its own scripting language that is very similar to Visual Basic, but isn't. Unlike Visual Basic, QARun's scripting language doesn't support objects. QARun's scripting language is different from VB in other annoying ways as well.
James, did you mention that you were also SilkTest reseller? I mean, we wouldn't want to think your comments might have a financial bias to them or anything like that...
Sorry, but those kind of comments from a "moderator" don't really cut it IMO. Do the other moderators troll the SilkTest forums dropping similar slams that are only tangentially related to the product question that was asked??
My appologies. The company I work for resells several products and provides consulting on several products. Caught me on a off day after spending too much time on a QARun problem that shouldn't have been a problem and I let it get it to me. In the future I will limit my candid opinions about the product for occaisions when expressly asked for them and offline.