Thank you for your code. I test it. But Click_no_wait still cannot work. The result shows "There's no popup. " Here is the code I used to test. I changed your code to get it.
require 'watir' require 'watir/ie'# require 'watir\contrib\enabled_popup' #fafdfs require 'watir/dialog'#fafsfasd require 'watir/winClicker'#fasfsdfa require 'thread' def test_001_Login $batchCode="0" # attach a new browser window $ie = Watir::IE.attach(:url,"about:blank") Watir::IE.attach_timeout = 10 $ie.goto('http://www.w3schools.com/js/tryit_view.asp? filename=tryjs_alert') # This website only has an alert button, you can test using this website. $ie.button(:index,1).click_no_wait begin hwnd = $ie.enabled_popup(5) if(hwnd) popup = WinClicker.new popup.makeWindowActive(hwnd) #Activate the window. popup.clickWindowsButton_hwnd(hwnd,"OK") #Click the OK button end rescue => e puts e puts "There is no popup" end end test_001_Login Can you try it and see whether it can work in your computer? Thanks a lot. On Dec 12, 10:15 pm, "pramod D" <petkar.pra...@gmail.com> wrote: > I am posting a sample code which i am using in my script > > *def test_001_Login > $batchCode="0" > # attach a new browser window > $ie = Watir::IE.attach(:url,"about:blank") > Watir::IE.attach_timeout = 10.0 > ....... > ....... > > $ie.frame("mains").image(:index,1).click_no_wait > begin > hwnd = $ie.enabled_popup(5) > if(hwnd) > popup = WinClicker.new > popup.makeWindowActive(hwnd) #Activate the window. > popup.clickWindowsButton_hwnd(hwnd,"OK") #Click the > OK button > end > rescue => e > puts e > puts "There is no popup" > end > > def test_005_logout > > $ie.frame("header").image(:index,5).click > $ie.goto("about:blank") > $ie.minimize() > end > > Initially i will open an blank browser manually(This is only for first time) > and then in Login method i am attaching it and continue my script, in logout > method again i am going to direct browser for balnk page. So nxt time when > you re-run the script, blank page is available and script runs smoothly. If > i directly open browser from the script it will not work. > > I am not sure what is the exact problem for time being i am using this > approach. > * > On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 8:49 PM, Bret Pettichord <b...@pettichord.com>wrote: > > > > > > > Your code is correct. There is something about your configuration that > > causes this to fail. > > > Bret > > > HAHAHA wrote: > > > I have tried, using this code: > > > > require 'watir' > > > > browser = Watir::IE.new > > > browser.goto('http://www.google.com') > > > browser2 = Watir::IE.attach(:title, /Google/) > > > browser2.text_field(:name, 'q').set('Watir') > > > browser2.button(:name, 'btnG').click_no_wait > > > > The click_no_wait still cannot run. Is the code right? > > > > On Dec 12, 9:58 am, "larryni...@gmail.com" <larryni...@gmail.com> > > > wrote: > > > >> Pramod, could you show us an example of your code? > > > >> On Dec 11, 11:01 pm, "pramod D" <petkar.pra...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > >>> Hi Michael, > > > >>> Initially i also faced same problem when i use Click_no_wait control > > was > > >>> going but never clicked it, To come around this initially i opened the > > IE > > >>> (IE7)with blank page and then, i will attach the browser at the start > > of the > > >>> script and continue to execute my script as usual and worked correctly. > > For > > >>> time being you can fallow this turn around method. > > > >>> Thanks, > > >>> Pramod > > >>> On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 1:46 AM, Michael Hwee <michael_h...@yahoo.com > > >wrote: > > > >>>> That is disappointing. > > >>>> I believe that is something like OS and/or configuration issues, > > rather > > >>>> than watir itself. > > > >>>> Michael > > > >>>> ----- Original Message ---- > > >>>> From: "larryni...@gmail.com" <larryni...@gmail.com> > > >>>> To: Watir General <email@example.com> > > >>>> Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2008 12:00:00 PM > > >>>> Subject: [wtr-general] Re: button.Click_No_Wait only highlights the > > button, > > >>>> does not click > > > >>>> Sorry, Michael, your code doesn't work either. It opens the page, > > >>>> highlights the button yellow, and then just sits there. No popup is > > >>>> ever launched because it doesn't actually click the button. Watir > > >>>> doesn't report any errors, but it never completes, either. If I > > >>>> change click_no_wait to click!, it does launch the popup, but the > > >>>> handle_nextpopup command never executes - it's been sitting here for > > >>>> 90-120 seconds with the popup open not doing anything. So, again, to > > >>>> summarize: click_no_wait is incapable of firing any events, but click! > > >>>> makes the script hang.- Hide quoted text - > > > >> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text - --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Watir General" group. 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