1801Re: [perlguitest] Problems in scheduling auto run of GUI tests
- May 25, 2007If you locked your computer it will not work. Try running it at night leaving
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Aravind Lakshminarayanan pisze:
> I have developed a tool that uses win32-guitest APIs and tests our
> I was planning to run tests in this tool in the nights everyday, so I
> scheduled a task to run the perl file (using task scheduler in windows).
> But the run did not go through successfully. Needless to mention that
> the tool however works if I am logged in and I run it myself.
> From my logs, I observe that the tool invokes the application, gets the
> handle to it, but cannot even carry out the first step of handling the
> startup popups.
> Can somebody help me understand why this happens and how I can get over
> this. Is this some kind of limitation of scheduling autoruns of guitest
> in windows or is there something elementary that I am missing out.
> I will really appreciate any help in this regards
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