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Running and Closing Applications Programmatically

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Running and Closing Applications Programmatically

You can run any application from a specified location using a SystemUtil.Run statement in a function library. This is especially useful if you want to provide an operation (function) that opens an application from within a component. You can specify an application and pass any supported parameters, or you can specify a file name and the associated application starts with the specified file open.

You can close most applications using the Close method. You can also use SystemUtil statements to close applications. For more information, see the HP QuickTest Professional Object Model Reference.

For example, you could use the following statements to open a file named type.txt in the default text application (Notepad), type happy days, save the file using shortcut keys, and then close the application:

SystemUtil.Run "C:\type.txt", "","",""

Window("Text:=type.txt - Notepad").Type "happy days"

Window("Text:=type.txt - Notepad").Type micAltDwn & "F" & micAltUp

Window("Text:=type.txt - Notepad").Type micLShiftDwn & "S" & micLShiftUp

Window("Text:=type.txt - Notepad").Close 

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