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Re: [qftestJUI] A Query on qftestJUI.
Hello Srinivas,qftestJUI records all mouse-events which are involved in a drag&drop action and on all those events you can specify a target-component, where the event takes place. This works quite well for drag&drop on lists, tables or trees. You can also create DRAG_FORM and DRAG_TO events in your test-suite.
But to get a better overview of qftestJUI's features, you can download qftestJUI (http://www.qfs.de/en/qftestJUI/download.html), register for a free evaluation license and try qftestJUI with your application.
Regards, Martin--On Montag, Oktober 16, 2006 12:29:15 +0200 srinivas atchula <srinivas.atchula@?.uk> wrote:
Hi, I wonder if you could clarify a little question for me! I work as a Senior test analyst at Mycom International, a supplier of network performance management tools. We have an in-house test team and are exploring the possibilities of automating the test processes. The application is mostly built on Java and there is an extensive drag and drop functionality. We have tried QTP and Winrunner to record these actions, but they both record the co-ordinates on the system that is being tested on. As such, those tests are not working on other systems where the monitor sizes differ and so the co-ordinates differ. So, the question I have is: Can the qftestJUI handle the drag and drop functionality without remembering (or recording the co-ordinates) so that it can work on any system? An early response would be much appreciated. Thanks & regards, Srinivas