Hi, I am trying to use testpartner to do some web testing on some sites that have japanese and chinese (multi-byte) characters. Whenever I try to paste these characters into testpartner they show up as squares. Is there something I need to do to make testpartner support these characters in the scripts?
I think the issue is that the VBA IDE doesn't support displaying the multibyte characters.
Prior to the String Maps feature being introduced in 5.3, we stored all our test data in an SQL database (which supports unicode and/or double-byte chars), and wrote code to read it in and work with it. This worked, but we still could not see the chars in the IDE. If we added watches or printed to the immediate window, all we saw were question marks.
I don't think it is possible to resolve this issue.
Current AUT running test scripts on TP 6.3 build 183, SQL 2000 DB.
Legacy AUT running on TP 5.6.0 Build 81 and TP 6.2 build 449 with SQL 2000 DB.
TP/IE Clients on VMWare ESX 4.1 server, AUT Servers on VMWare ESX 3.5 server.
Application Under Test (AUT):
Client/Server based, IE 7/8 interface with SQL 2005/2008 DB.
I suppose. I'd really like to be able to avoid string maps though, because I think they are kind of ugly (I know, it's not like encoded characters are much better). I'm assuming these are unicode values? Anybody know a way to get the codes for these?