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Testing an Application that launches additional threads

Testing an Application that launches additional threads

Testing an Application that launches additional threads

(OP)
Issue:
I'm testing a C++ application that runs on a Winnt workstation.  When the application is up it has 28 threads.
When a user logs into the application, some internal checking is performed and 2 additional threads are generated.  However, when the checking is completed, the 2 new threads are destroyed.
Problem:
My script hangs immediately after the 2 new threads are generated and can not resume after they are destroyed.

..........
if dlgInfoMessage.WhiteRect1.StaticText ("The till contains insufficient funds*").Exists (5)
  dlgInfoMessage.WhiteRect2.OK.Click () <---the hang occurs here
MainTasksPalette.CustomerVisit.Click ()
Disconnect (sMachine)
rendezvous
 
 

 

RE: Testing an Application that launches additional threads

Hi,
 Which testing tool, R U using? Using Silktest Extension Kit, you can talk with your C++ application source code.

Thanks and Regards,
Palani.
mail to: tmpalaniselvam@yahoo.com

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