R. E. Cook
RunningShoes Library for WinRunner
Custom WinRunner Functions
and Utilities, to Your Specs
A Random Collection of WinRunner Solutions
Creating DLLs for WinRunner
(Mercury Interactive's Worldwide Users Conference 2000)
R. E. Cook
RunningShoes Library Tutorials
Welcome to RunningShoes! We're hoping to make it easy for you to get
started by creating some tutorials to walk you through various types of
functionality in the library. At the moment our collection is small, but it's
Getting started (the very basics): load the
library, make a few simple function calls, and unload it when your finished.
This is very short, but start here – it covers the only statement that is
required in your TSL script before you can call a RunningShoes function.
WinRunner-style dates: working with dates
that are compatible with WinRunner's get_time() date values, and with
time_str(). You can perform a wide variety of calendar math with the library's
functions. This tutorial does that in the context of WinRunner's native date
dates: the library can easily generate dates strings in just about any
format desired. Here's how.
Using individual date fields: working with dates
that are broken down into components (year, month, day).
Updated 3 November 2005