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1801Re: [perlguitest] Problems in scheduling auto run of GUI tests

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  • Piotr Kaluski
    May 25, 2007
      If you locked your computer it will not work. Try running it at night leaving
      your PC unlocked and switch off any screen savers.


      Aravind Lakshminarayanan pisze:
      > Hi
      > I have developed a tool that uses win32-guitest APIs and tests our
      > application.
      > 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
      > Thanks
      > Aravind
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