you can definitely do that with Test Studio.
If you provide some additional details on the exact nature of the app I can give you details on the solution you can use.
Test Studio will allow you to write steps in C#/VB code as seen here:
You can write your own code that triggers the application you need. Here's a simple example:
I found this article
which details how to trigger a process in C# code. Here's the code that can do that:
System.Diagnostics.Process notePad =
I can simply put this code in a code step. I changed Process
in order to avoid adding the "using" statement. You can add it if you like by using Class View (screenshot 1).
is the argument I feet to notepad.exe
. I created this txt file in order to demonstrate this approach. You'll need to create create this file on your local system otherwise the Notepad application will throw an error "file can't be found".
You can also run batch files from a coded step much the same way.
I've attached the sample project to this email.
Alternatively if you want to use a custom .Net assembly in Test Studio Standalone here's how you can do that:
Let me know if you require additional assistance with this.
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