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    in robot how to enter a password field without encryption

    Using robot if i need to enter a password field via another script how shud i do that? Using simple inputText the password is not entered..Is there any way to escape the encryption of passwords in ROBOT?


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    Re: in robot how to enter a password field without encryption

    I didn't get your requirement clearly.
    Please explain properly.


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    Re: in robot how to enter a password field without encryption

    I understood your question this way. When you record entering the password in a test script that would be displayed as for example: inputenckeys "cgaaabuaaaavdaaiw/zzqdyf". Inorder to enter a password field without encryption define password as a constant in the header file. Then you can use the simple inputkeys command to enter password. Ex: let's say your login id is: login-1 and password is password-1 then define a constant in header file like this: const usrpwd = "password-1" in the script you can write inputkeys usrpwd the script looks like this: '$include "headerfile.sbh" ``header file name where constant is defined sub main() inputkeys "login-1" inputkeys usrpwd end sub


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