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  1. #1
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    Open browser with maximized

    Hi,

    When i open my browser using script its always not open with maximized.
    always i have to click the maximize control in the web page

    is there any possible script for this functionality?

    Plz help me


    Regards,

    Punitha.


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    Re: Open browser with maximized

    Hi Punitha,

    Incase you are using the sysutil.run option, try this -

    Const SHOW_MAXIMIZED = 3 SystemUtil.Run "iexplore.exe", "http://www.knowledgeinbox.com", , , SHOW_MAXIMIZED

    Incase you are using CreateObject methodology, I dont think there is an associate Window_Maximize method available. But there is a FullScreen method which is like -

    Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
    objIE.visible = true
    objIE.Fullscreen = true

    Cheers...

    Bizzzzzare


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    Re: Open browser with maximized

    Hi,

    I gave the url name when i start record the application,
    then i change the script.
    first line of my script is starting like this
    Browser("B").Page("P").Image("M").Click login_btn

    In this where i have to add this lines.

    Then i have to test the same website in 3 different languages,
    the coding concepts are same. But the languages are different.
    Can i merge these codes or is there any option for using this.

    actually i cant understand this create object and all.
    is it formate for opening the browsers?
    Whats the advantage of this

    Plz explain me.

    Thx & Regards,

    Punitha.


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    Re: Open browser with maximized

    Hi Punitha,

    Well CreateObject is used to actually create an instance of opening a browser and as per specified URL. It is a very efficient method of opening a browser without having to add the browser object to the Repository.

    What I would suggest is you implement the CreateObject code I have mentioned and specify the Application URL as a parameter.

    Once this is done, recognize the Newly Launched browser window object into your repository. Proceed ahead with your remaining code as usual.

    Do let me know incase of any issues....

    Cheers...

    Bizzzzzare


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    Hi Umesh,

    For maximize the web page
    Const SHOW_MAXIMIZED = 3 SystemUtil.Run "iexplore.exe", "http://www.sitename.com", , , SHOW_MAXIMIZED
    this script is working fine

    But create object is not working

    Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
    objIE.visible = true
    objIE.Fullscreen = true

    In this script InternetExplorer is not in object repository error display
    In this code where i have to insert my web url
    plz give the example url like google open with this create object method.

    Thx

    Punitha. R

    Hi Umesh,

    If i use this code for open the browser its giving error

    Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
    objIE.visible = true
    objIE.Fullscreen = true

    Plz give the explanation with the site google
    and explain how i use this.

    Thx and regards,

    Punitha.R

    Last edited by admin; 11-30-2007 at 06:32 AM.

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    Re: Open browser with maximized

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    Some of this is dependent on the server environment (most commonly Apache or Microsoft IIS) on which the scripting language, such as PHP, Ruby, Python, Perl or ASP is running, and therefore is not necessarily down to the web developer themselves to maintain. However, stringent testing of web applications before public release is encouraged to prevent such exploits from occurring.


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    Re: Open browser with maximized

    Hi,

    Thanks for ur reply.

    I cant understand ur answers.

    I am new to Qtp, so plz kindly explain in very simple way.

    If its wrong sorry

    Thx,
    Punitha R.


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    Re: Open browser with maximized

    hi Punitha.R

    In QTP use CreateObject and then use windowState=Maximized statement

    For example
    Set q =createObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
    q.Visible=True
    q.WindowState=Maximized


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