WinRunner Tutorial

Adding GUI objects to the GUI Map

If you’re application contains some new objects, you can add them to the GUI map without running the rapid test script wizard again. You simply use the learn button in the GUI map editor to learn descriptions of the objects. You can learn the description of a single object or all the objects in a window. Open the flight reservation login window. …

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Adding GUI checkpoints to a test script

An example of adding GUI checkpoints to test script: Start win runner and open a new test. Choose PROGRAMS>WIN RUNNER on start menu. Click NEW TEST button. Start the flight reservation application and log in. Choose PROGRAMS>WIN RUNNER>SAMPLE APPLICATION>FLIGHT 1A on the start menu. Then write your name and password in login window and click ok button. Start recording in context sensitive mode. Choose CREATE>RECORDING or click record button. Open the order dialog box. Choose FILE>OPEN ORDER in the flight reservation …

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Recording a Basic test script

Start win runner and open a new test. Choose PROGRAMS>WIN RUNNER on Start menu. Click NEW TEST button. Start the flight reservation application and log in. Choose PROGRAMS>WIN RUNNER>SAMPLE APPLICATION>FLIGHT 1A on the start menu. Then write your name and password in login window and click OK button Start recording in context sensitive mode. Choose CREATE>RECORDING or click Record button. Open order In the flight reservation application, choose FILE>OPEN ORDER. In open order dialog box, select the order no. …

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