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Re: LMSTestLabAutomation Library to VB

Siemens Genius Siemens Genius
Siemens Genius

If you don't have Visual Studio, you can also use Excel for Testlab Automation programming.  This is also a good way to verify that the library is installed and registered properly.  To access the library from Excel, go to the VBA editor (Alt-F11):

1) Select Tools / References - a window with all available reference libraries will open

2) Select the Test.Lab Automation Type Library for the version you want to work with.

After referencing the library, you can use the object brower (F2 key) to view all the objects in the library, and their methods and properties.



Re: LMSTestLabAutomation Library to VB


Hei guys,


Thanks all for the help!! I managed to get everything I need, I've found the libraries burried down on the Test.Lab folder and managed to included in both Visual Studio and Excell.


Thanks again and I may comeback with more questions, =)