Re: [Wtr-general] unknown property or method `readyState'

2007-05-07 Thread Ken Lim
Hi, Good day. Hope I understood your request for stack traces correctly. Please see below: WIN32OLERuntimeError: unknown property or method `readyState' HRESULT error code:0x80070005 Access is denied. C:/Program Files/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/watir-1.5.1.1164/./watir.rb:1819:in

Re: [Wtr-general] Using an ie.table.each do |row| loop when thepage in the ie window refreshes itself

2007-05-07 Thread Ian Webb
Thanks - this does look like a good approach. The table's layout doesn't change, it just reloads to update the data within the table with the entries that were just made in the popup window. It's a really annoying UI, especially when you have test cases that require changing a dozen rows and

Re: [Wtr-general] Using an ie.table.each do |row| loop when thepage in the ie window refreshes itself

2007-05-07 Thread Ċ½eljko Filipin
On 5/7/07, Ian Webb [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm wondering if maybe there's a way to store the indices of the buttons it's going to click on within the array, rather than the rows themselves. I tried buttons_to_click row[5].link(:index,1), but that doesn't work. Hi Ian, I am not sure I

[Wtr-general] Excelent debugging tool - Unroller

2007-05-07 Thread Brown, David
All, I stumbled across this handy little debugging tool the other day when I was trying to find a tool that would display/trace the execution of my test script. This tool called Unroller will print out each line of code that is executed along with the values of the variable passed into and

Re: [Wtr-general] Using an ie.table.each do |row| loop when thepagein the ie window refreshes itself

2007-05-07 Thread Ian Webb
Here's the HTML. This row repeats with different values. The field with Name Goes Here in it is the field we're filtering on - if this field is matched by a given regex, then make a note that we need to click the button in the last column of this row. tr td class='dataentry'p

[Wtr-general] Remote Watir

2007-05-07 Thread Aaron
I am in the process of switching our test environment from Selenium to Watir. So, I am a newb with respect to Ruby and Watir. Is there any thing in Watir or inherent in Ruby that would mimic the capability of Selenium Remote Control? In particular, we have a room full of Windows boxes with

Re: [Wtr-general] The Plan for Watir

2007-05-07 Thread Christopher Rasch
Bret Pettichord wrote: I've been doing a lot of thinking and planning for what we need to do with Watir. Hi Brett, I think your current plans are great! I'm looking forward to greater integration of the various watirs to the main code base, as well as better support for modal_dialogs on the

[Wtr-general] WIN32OLERuntimeError

2007-05-07 Thread Kui Zhang
Hello, I have a test case below: 1. Open IE browser window, change the language setting using autoit. Then, close the window. 2. Open a web page in IE to do a sample testing. Then, close IE window. 3. Open IE browser window, reset the language setting using autoit. Then, close the window.

Re: [Wtr-general] Community involvement with Watir

2007-05-07 Thread Christopher Rasch
Charley Baker wrote: Hi all, I'd like to send out another annoucement asking for people to contribute to the Watir user guide and volunteer. I've started poking around at the user guide today and made a few changes, notably to update view source with the ie developer toolbar. I'll make

Re: [Wtr-general] Remote Watir

2007-05-07 Thread Paul Rogers
drb might be what you want. Also search the list here - someone posted a link to a library that might be more like what you want. I wish I could remember who/what/when to help narrow your search - Original Message - From: Aaron [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wtr-general@rubyforge.org Sent:

Re: [Wtr-general] Community involvement with Watir

2007-05-07 Thread Chris McMahon
Thanks! How should we contribute to the User Guide? It doesn't appear to be user editable: I'd suggest either adding to this thread, or contacting Zeljko directly. Feel free to add my tutorial for installing FireWatir on Mac OS X (Intel) (or let me know where I should add it):

Re: [Wtr-general] Community involvement with Watir

2007-05-07 Thread Christopher Rasch
Chris McMahon wrote: Thanks! How should we contribute to the User Guide? It doesn't appear to be user editable: I'd suggest either adding to this thread, or contacting Zeljko directly. Thanks! Feel free to add my tutorial for installing FireWatir on Mac OS X (Intel) (or let me