The basic use of a button is to click on it to create some change or calculation to process either in the GUI or behind the scenes.
As stated, the basic function of a button is to be the target for a mouse click, however there are several other ways to interact as well. Some buttons have states, up or down, some react differently with left or right click. Some are activated through keystrokes, I could go on but you get the gist, there are several ways to interact with a button.
Rapise provides for these methods through the various commands available to buttons:
All these commands, and more, are contained in the help file with Rapise, or online at http://www.inflectra.com/Rapise/Documentation.aspx.
Using these commands you can perform a number of additional actions on an object, using them in sequence you can do even more. Keep these in mind as you are recording the test and you will be able to modify your process to meet the expectations of your test plan more effectively.
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