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Groups Classes

Groups Classes

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Jagan Mohan Julooru
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GROUPS AND CLASSES
IN
SILK TEST 7.5

Jagan Mohan Julooru
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The following document discusses about different types of Groups and
Classes in Silk Test.
Note: All functions related to Groups and All methods related classes
are discussed.
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#***********************************************************************
Group
:
Application state control functions
Function
: sAppState = GetAppState (sFunctionName)
Returns
: sAppState : Name of the application state function on which
sFunctionName is based. STRING.
Parameter
: sFunctionName
: Name of the application state or testcase
function. STRING.
Notes : Returns the name of the application state function on which the specified
application state or testcase function is based.Function
: SetAppState ()
Notes :
Calls the testcase's application state function.
Function
: lsAppState = GetAppStateList (sFunctionName)
Returns

: lsAppState : List of application states on which sFunctionName is
based, in the order they would be called. LIST OF STRING.
Parameter

: sFunctionName
: Name of the application state or testcase
function. STRING.
Notes
:
Returns the names of all the application state functions on which the
specified application state or testcase function is based.
Function
: SetAppState ()
Notes
:
Calls the testcase's application state function.
Function
: Browser = SetBrowserType (gBrowserType [, hMachine])
Returns
: Browser : The previous setting.
Parameter
: gBrowserType
: The Browser type the agent should use.
Parameter
: hMachine : Machine on which to use this browser type.
Notes
:

Set Browser type that will be used for browser-dependent commands.
Unlike the GUI type, this is never determined by the agent; it will be NULL unless you
set it, via Runtime Options, SetBrowserType, or SetDefaultBrowserType.

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