MSIE does not close down instantaneously. Don't immediately
try to relaunch it.
I solved this with our scripts by introducing a 3 second delay
between closing MSIE and reopening it.
Another solution is to never close, or keep an IE window open
somewhere (so that browser closes aren't actually
On 9/15/06, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
A couple of recent posts were premised on the assumption that we want
Watir to be more popular? Do we? Why?
It seems like a dumb question. Of course we do? I can't think of any
positive reason why you wouldn't want that to be so.
On 10/5/06, Eva [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Typically image have this tag...
img id=Banner1_imgProductName key=LogoWhite.gif
src=/images/LogoWhite.gif alt= border=0 /
Here is the html code for the triangle image I'm trying to click on...
On 11/7/06, John Lolis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Watir/Ruby scripts (if well designed) seem to be very easy to support. Is
that also the case with QTP?
Don't know about QTP, but I remember Winrunner was laughable. I would
guess if you
On 11/7/06, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
In her new/relocated blog, Elisabeth Hendrickson gives a convincing
explanation for why open-source test tools are gaining in popularity.
And then explains how to learn more about them.
On 11/8/06, Željko Filipin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
You have a bunch of Watir tests, right? With every build of your application
under test, you run them all. If a test fails, application should be fixed,
or you test should be fixed. Wouldn't it be nice to make how-to documents
On 1/30/07, Nathan Christie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I've written thousands of Ruby unit tests that use Watir extensively for our
web applications. If you have some more specific implementation / strategic
questions that you want to take offline please feel free to shoot me an
I am curious what everyone thinks of this (new) book.
It starts off well, with the first example tutorial being
how to test if an uninstaller worked. No hello world,
silly arithmetic examples etc.
Well it is ordered, I will know myself soon.
On 2/5/07, Paul Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
watir doesnt provide anything directly.
As Chris has asked - what have you tried?
Active record and mysql may be a good solution for you.
Simple solutions are always good. We have a system where we more
or less run the same WATIR test against
On 2/5/07, mike [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I have been testing with WET for their limited data support, but its become
easier to construct the tests (minus data input) without it. Using
ActiveRecord seems promising, does it require the entire rails framework, or
can it standalone with watir?
You are better off initially just putting the names into a names.rb file.
Perhaps just declare a big array of names in another file and call it
from your code.
I know *why* you want to load from an external file, but in my experience
its best to keep this stuff simple for testing.
Once you are
On 2/9/07, Paul Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
there is also a gmail library for ruby which is really easy to use
I think its called gmailer or ruby-gmailer
In addition to the SMTP Gmailer Ruby options, there is also
a Ruby POP3 library (built-in IIRC) and possibly even an IMAP
I thought it would be a straightforward process to record my screen
activity as a way
to train up some testers in our company. The advantages being that they could be
tailored for our own products, and many of the people are distributed worldwide.
Basically show an IRB session interacting with
On 3/27/07, Naga Harish Kanegolla [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Is there a way to run the test cases at scheduled time like i want to run all
my test cases at morning 6'o clock, So how can i do that??
Create a windows batch file that invokes your tests (however they are
Then go into
On 7/4/07, Derek Wong [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
here's the situation. I have the following installed:
ruby 1.8.2 (2004-12-25) [i386-mswin32]
cruisecontrolrb 1.1.0 (CCRB from now on)
On 7/12/07, aidy lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am concerned about hierarchy. In each class I hold methods relating
to a specific HTML page. However, each HTML page does not inherit
another by nature. My dilemma is should I inherit through a sequence
of actions (i.e. a use-case)? A
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