Automated UI Testing with Visual Studio 2012: Listing 3.

UIMap constructor launch code.

public partial class CalculatorUIMap
{

  ///  <summary >
  /// LaunchCalculator - Use 'LaunchCalculatorParams' to pass 
  /// parameters into this method.
  ///  </summary >
  public void LaunchCalculator()
    {
      // Launch '%SystemRoot%\System32\calc.exe'
      ApplicationUnderTest uICalculatorWindow = ApplicationUnderTest.Launch(
        this.LaunchCalculatorParams.UICalculatorWindowExePath, 
        this.LaunchCalculatorParams.UICalculatorWindowAlternateExePath);
    }

    public virtual LaunchCalculatorParams LaunchCalculatorParams
    {
      get
      {
        if ((this.mLaunchCalculatorParams == null))
        {
          this.mLaunchCalculatorParams = new LaunchCalculatorParams();
        }
        return this.mLaunchCalculatorParams;
      }
    }
    private LaunchCalculatorParams mLaunchCalculatorParams;

  }
  ///  <summary >
  /// Parameters to be passed into 'LaunchCalculator'
  ///  </summary >
  [GeneratedCode("Coded UITest Builder", "11.0.50727.1")]
  public class LaunchCalculatorParams
  {
    #region Fields
    ///  <summary >
    /// Launch '%SystemRoot%\System32\calc.exe'
    ///  </summary >
    public string UICalculatorWindowExePath = "C:\\Windows\\System32\\calc.exe";

    ///  <summary >
    /// Launch '%SystemRoot%\System32\calc.exe'
    ///  </summary >
    public string UICalculatorWindowAlternateExePath = 
      "%SystemRoot%\\System32\\calc.exe";
    #endregion
  }

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