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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Locking and Unlocking Machine in Script Runtime

Locking and Unlocking Machine in Script Runtime

If system is locked in script runtime then the script will not perform any operations on objects. But we may get some situations to lock machine when we are going out of the office.

QTP is providing a solution to lock and unlock machine when script is running.

This statement will block the user input from key board or mouse.

After executing this statement you may enter user input.

How to use these statements?

In starting of the script use
SystemUtil.BlockInput, at end of the script use SystemUtil.UnblockInput.

So that QTP will lock and unlock machine in script running.

You don't see the locked screen on your machine after executing SystemUtil.BlockInput. The same screen will be there but it don't accept any user input.

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