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Now I wanna sent 4 bytes data by calling DeviceIoControl() from my directshow application to my streaming minidriver.First,I call the CreateFile() to get a device handle,and the minidriver can receive a IRP_MJ_CREATE IRP,and the CreateFile() returns nonzero.But when the app runs to DeviceIoControl(),the minidriver does not recieve any SRB.The DeviveIoControl() returns zero,and GetlastError() returns 50,which says:"The request is not supposed."
I difined my own IOCTL command in my driver and app.
What causes the error 50 or if there is any other way to send data to steaming minidriver from directshow application?
Thanks for any help!
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I want to do performance test using Rational Test Manager.
My application under test uses CORBA for remote calls.
I can not record any script.
Should I install some specific DLLs to record CORBA calls?
If yes where can I find these DLLs?
I have a quick question. I'm trying to create a test in the Application Center for my ASP.Net application by using the "Record a new test" option from the Ne Test Wizard, but for no apparent reason ACT doesn't record any thing.
- I'm Running Windows XP
- ACT in unblocked from the Windows XP firewall
- I tried to record a test case from the ACT UI and also by creating an ACT project from the Visual Studio IDE, neither of them worked.
- I uninstalled/Re-Installed ACT and still wouldn't record a test.
- The ACT is working in the same environment on another machine
Any suggestions or comment will be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance.
It turns out the ACT doesn't like it when there is a VPN connection running in the background. The problem was that I had a VPN connection, once I terminated the VPN connection ACT was able to record fine.
in Winrunner, it is possible to define 'GUI checkpoints' in any(?) application. A GUI checkpoint is a graphical object of which Winrunner can retrieve its properties. I'm very curious how Winrunner can do that. Does anyone know more about this?
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I am a tester in a development team, we are working on a project designed with Delphi(the main part) and part in c and c++ (with MFC), that uses MSSQL (SQL 2000 or MSDE).
I was instructed to search for testing automation options, packages, tools, applications, etc. Our most critical, critical issue is regression testing.
What do you recommend?