|Version compatibility and Drag-and-Drop feature [message #66987]
||Tue, 18 April 2006 12:14
| Juseint D. Generoso
Registered: July 2009
I just started using TPTP's Automated GUI Recorder (AGR) as part of
evaluating tools to use for automating tests in Eclipse.
(1.) I'm actually using the following component versions, quite different
from the required ones for TPTP v184.108.40.206:
Requirements for 220.127.116.11
Eclipse 3.1.0 Eclipse 3.1.2 (SDK)
XSD 2.1.0 XSD 2.1.2
WTP 0.7 WTP 1.0 (optional)
Would there be any known incompatibility effect/s if I continue using
(2.) Does TPTP have a drag-and-drop feature?
Our implementation uses several views where we are able to select and
perform drag-and-drop of elements from one view to another to establish
links between them graphically (say, a node from the Outline view to
Process view, and generate a corresponding code). I tried recording this
portion, but it seems that the AGR only recognizes 'til the 'item-select'
command type. Though it's outright not listed as part of commands it
currently has (normally test automation tools would have this
drag-and-drop features as a separate command), would a workaround be
possible for this? Or, another TPTP tool somehow addresses this aside from
|Drag-and-Drop Feature [message #67198 is a reply to message #66987]
||Thu, 20 April 2006 11:31
Originally posted by: mike.reidy.gmail.com|
I am also interested in recording a drag and drop using the GUI Recorder
in TPTP. I have tried recording some and they don't seem to work. If I
look at the macro created when I do this all I get is an "item select" and
A simple use case would be to create a java project with some packages and
classes and simply record moving classes from one package to another
without using the "Refactor" -> "Move..." menus.
Will I raise a bug or is there a way to do this?
|Re: Version incompatibility issue? [message #67931 is a reply to message #67789]
||Mon, 24 April 2006 15:48
| No real name
Registered: July 2009
I'm not sure whether your particular configuration is causing this.|
There were some performance issues that I resolved in 4.2, they may or many
not be related to what you are experiencing. You may want to upgrade to 4.2
to see if these problems are resolved.
"Juseint D. Generoso" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks for your response, Ali.
> For (1.), I noticed that with the said version combination (not quite sure
> though if it is related to this issue at all), for every unexpected error
> encountered during playback, Eclipse (with our implementation) seemed to
> 'drag' more and more, with the CPU process status on 'not responding' for
> a long while, and CPU usage history on high levels. When it finally comes
> back, the workspace display could look
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