Here's a writeup on how to do this: How to Suppress Vista Security Pop-Up Windows.
Monday, September 29, 2008
Friday, September 26, 2008
- International Conference on Software Testing and QA, Bilbao, Spain, 29-31 October 2008.
- Automatic Program Verification: APV 2009, Argentina, 14-15 February, 2009,
- Workshop on Testing Techniques and Experimentation, part of the ICST 2009, 1-4 April 2009, Denver, Colorado, USA.
- 19th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering, 11-14 November 2008, Richmond, Washington, USA.
Monday, September 22, 2008
Manwhile, we checked out the latest IE8 Beta2 release and found that all's well with eValid with that version of IE installed. Perhaps more important, it does appear that on some web sites eValid does behave noticeable faster that before when using the IE8 Beta 2 DLLs.
Finally, there have been some across-the board product performance enhancements and some new capabilities.
- ExitNow has been reworked so it really is definitive: eValid hard-exits on this command.
- The option to encode password details (to keep out prying eyes) has been extended to the AuthenticateUser command.
- Changes were made to several of the "startup" dialogs to improve readability.
- The maximum length of the name/value pair (query string) section of URLs has been modified to account for arbitrary length URLs (very long strings were failing randomly).
Friday, September 19, 2008
The ATVA 2008 Conference is set for Seoul, Korea, 20-23 October 2008, and aims to promote research and dvelopment on theoretical and practical applications of automated analysis methods...with an emphasis on applications in East Asia.
The AVOCS'08 Workshop is set for 30 September to 01 October 2008, Glasgow, Scotland, and also focuses on trying to find out how to get automated analysis and verification systems into practical use, with an emphasis on applications in the European theatre.
Both worth checking out.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
- If you are using the Playback Data Dialog, you'll only see a Green Screen when the playback runs to completion without issuing any playback flags at all, i.e. no Warning, Error, Timeout, Alarm, or Failure flags.
- You'll see a Red screen on any Error, Timeout, Alarm or Failure flags.
- You'll see a Yellow screen when there are any Warning flags. The most common reason for a Yellow screen is that the Adaptive Playback system had to adjust the playback behavior to overcome minor changes (regressions) in the web page.
Here's a full explanation of eValid's Error Reporting Process.
Saturday, September 6, 2008
The main things to appreciate in this example are that (1) the pure-playback eValid script does not require direct access to the desktop, all of the activity being performed at the DOM level, and (2) the corresponding EPI-based CPP program runs the same identical script as a windows direct executable.