Robot provides specialized support for testing the objects in applications that are
created in many integrated development environments (IDEs).
To successfully test the objects in Oracle Forms, HTML, Java, C++, Delphi, and
Visual Basic 4.0 applications, you need to enable the applications as follows before
you start recording your scripts:
Oracle Forms Install the Rational Test Enabler for Oracle Forms. Run the
Enabler to have it add the Rational Test Object Testing Library and three
triggers to the .fmb files of the application.
HTML While recording or editing a script, use the Start Browser toolbar
button to start Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator from Robot. This loads
the Rational ActiveX Test Control, which lets Robot recognize Web-based
Java Run the Java Enabler to have it scan your hard drive for Java
environments such as Web browsers and Sun JDK installations that Robot
supports. The Java Enabler only enables those environments that are currently
C/C++ To test the properties and data of ActiveX controls in your applications,
install the Rational ActiveX Test Control. This is a small, non-intrusive custom
control that acts as a gateway between Robot and your application. It has no
impact on the behavior or performance of your application and is not visible at
runtime. Manually add the ActiveX Test Control to each OLE container
(Window) in your application.
Visual Basic 4.0 Install the Rational Test Enabler for Visual Basic. Attach the
Enabler to Visual Basic as an add-in. Have the Enabler add the Rational ActiveX
Test Control to every form in the application. This is a small, non-intrusive
custom control that acts as a gateway between Robot and your application. For
information, see Visual Basic support, making Visual Basic applications testable in the
Robot Help Index.
Delphi Install the Rational Object Testing Library for Delphi and the Rational
Test Delphi Enabler. Run the Enabler, then recompile your project to make it