Testing a quirkly login page

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Testing a quirkly login page

Postby BZuckert » Fri Mar 04, 2016 12:22 pm

Afternoon.

Can eValid test a Microsoft Dynamics application?

Particularly can eValid get past that quirky login page?

Thanks in advance.

Happy Friday!
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Re: Testing a quirkly login page

Postby eValid » Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:56 am

BZuckert wrote:Afternoon.

Can eValid test a Microsoft Dynamics application?

Particularly can eValid get past that quirky login page?

Thanks in advance.

Happy Friday!


Thanks for posting BZuckert.

That is a very powerful product, Microsoft Dynamics.

And you're right: the login page is a bit tricky, because you have to issue a click into the Windows desktop -- not the browser screen, which you would do through the DOM.

eValid has a special utility that will send a desktop click to a particular place, identified by the x,y coordinates of where you want the click.

Here is a description of how this supplied utility works:

http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... k.exe.html

Next, here is how you use that utility function to send that key click to the modal dialog that then, after some of the usual kinds of eValid DOM manipulation commands works to run the loging 100% automatically.

Here is the write-up:

http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... modal.html

As usual, give us a call if we can help out.

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