How a Test Identifies GUI Objects - WinRunner

You create tests by recording or programming test scripts. A test script consists of statements in Mercury Interactive’s test script language (TSL). Each TSL statement represents mouse and keyboard input to the application being tested. For more information, see “Designing Tests.”

WinRunner uses aogical name to identify each object: for example “Print” for a Print dialog box, or “OK” for an OK button. The logical name is actually a nickname for the object’s physical description. The physicaldescription contains a list of the object’s physical properties: the Print dialog box, for example, is identified as a window with the label “Print”. The logical name and the physical description together ensure that each GUI object has its own unique identification.


All rights reserved © 2018 Wisdom IT Services India Pvt. Ltd DMCA.com Protection Status

WinRunner Topics