[Webtest] RE: Newbie help with logon using form and javascrip t ...

Erskine, Chris webtest@lists.canoo.com
Fri, 3 Sep 2004 07:50:20 -0500

Note that the = signs at the end of the line is a MS feature.  Ignore them.

Chris Erskine
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Colorado Springs, CO  80919
Phone: 719-535-6064
-----Original Message-----
From: Burnash, James (James)** CTR ** [mailto:burnash@lucent.com] 
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 12:50 PM
To: 'webtest@lists.canoo.com'
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	Wow - what an immediate outpouring of response and assistance -
thank you all so much!

Unfortunately ... I'm afraid I'm not really able to understand some of the
responses, due to my own lack of knowledge. I'll take this advice and try to
puzzle through how to add custom step(s), and what the heck that means.
Plus, I see a lot of "=" signs in these postings that don't seem to have
anything to do with mathematical equality. Don't even ask me about the 3D
stuff :-(

	If anybody would like to point me to the resources that seem
indicated by my befuddlement, I promise to read them diligently before
asking anymore questions that I might not understand the answers to :-)



 In these cases I usually submit the form directly.  I created my own =
custom step, but someone else had posted a step on here ealier this =


My application is fairly javascript heavy and I've managed to get around =
most problems.  Only certain innerHtml uses have forced me to use =
<invoke> to pass parameters.

- Greg

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<mailto:webtest-admin@gate2.canoo.com>]On Behalf Of Dierk Koenig
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 12:52 PM
To:  webtest@gate2.canoo.com <mailto:webtest@gate2.canoo.com>
Subject: RE: [Webtest] Newbie help with logon using form and javascript

Hi James,

welcome to Canoo WebTest!

It appears that you have an image button, not a submit button:

<INPUT alt=3DSubmit border=3D0 cache
            src=3D"../images/buttons/bc_Submit.gif" type=3Dimage>

compare with the our selftest examples at

I'm afraid your button neither has a name nor label attribute.

Given the amount of JS in your app I feel that our current version
of WebTest will not be of much help for you ...

Anyway, I'm curious how much you still can achieve.

so long
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