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  1. #1
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    input to TSL script in WINRUNNER

    Hi,

    I want to know whether we coukd give a run time input to winrunner. this can be similar to scanf() in C language. Can any one please help me out to achieve this scenario?

    -Regards


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    Re: input to TSL script in WINRUNNER

    My preferred way is to use the timer functions within the CSOLIB2 library. This example formats the milliseconds into longer HH:MM:SS:ms presentation.


    time_str_start = time_str(); # UNIX format "Tue Jun 11 11:45:05 2002"
    sync_timer();
    start_timer(timer1);
    wait(1); # 1=1000 ms # replace with whatever you're timing.
    timer1ms=end_timer(timer1);
    time_str_end = time_str(); # UNIX format "Tue Jun 11 11:45:05 2002"
    timer1ms=86400002; #for debugging.
    msg="";
    tx=timer1ms;
    if( tx > 8640000){
    t=int(tx/8640000);
    msg=t&"days:";
    tx = tx-(t*8640000);
    }
    if( tx > 360000){
    t=int(tx/360000);
    msg=t&"hours:";
    tx = tx-(t*360000);
    }
    if( tx > 6000){
    t=int(tx/6000);
    msg=msg&t&"min:";
    tx=tx-(t*6000);
    }
    if( tx > 1000){
    t=int(tx/1000);
    msg=msg&t&"s:";
    tx = tx-(t*1000);
    }
    if( msg == "" ){
    msg=timer1ms&" ms";
    }else{
    msg=msg&tx&"ms ("&timer1ms&" ms)";
    }
    pause( "... took "&msg& " from "&time_str_start&" to "&time_str_end);


  3. #3
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    Smile Re: input to TSL script in WINRUNNER

    Use user defined functions. For example, assume that you want to give username and password as input values. U can use the following steps.

    1) Function call:userInputExample("aaaaaa","12345");

    2)Actual function: userInputExample(in username, in password);

    The username and passwords will be replaced by aaaaaa, 12345.Hope it clears your doubt.


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