I have a Jenkins master setup that will open a web application on the slave
machine and then opens a sendkeys application to input some keys into
various fields on the web app.
I'm using powershell to open the web application as an object, then open
the sendkeys application which automatically inputs some keys, and then
return some values from the web app. (I can't input the info directly with
powershell as some of it needs to go into pop up windows that I cannot
access via the object).
$ie = New-Object -com InternetExplorer.Application
$ie.visible = $true
$result = $ie.Document.getElementByID("result").innerHTML
Now while this works fine on the master server, when I try and work it on
the slave server it throws me an error, probably because it cannot find the
application or its folder on the slave PC.
It isn't ideal that I'd have to set up this application on every slave
machine I set up so I was wondering if it's at all possible to execute it
from the master machine and have it affect the GUI on the slave machine?
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