Thanks Kyle,

I have tried using WET, but is it mandatory to install .NET framework 
before installing WET addon for watir?

Can you please share the mailing list of watir or where can i find that 
so that i can go ahead with this problem.

Thanks again



Kyle Schmitt wrote:
> 1.  Popups are the bane of watir.  If you can't use wet or autoit
> (which I think is installed by default in watir actually), you almost
> can't do it at all.
> 
> 2.  There is a mailing list specifically for watir, and the author
> himself sometimes responds to questions, so you really should search
> the list first for an answer, then post if and only if neccessary.
> 
> Check your installation and see if, in fact, it did install autoit
> when you installed watir.
> 
> You see, the popup (assuming it's javascript, and not a fully fledged
> legitimate html window) doesn't show up as an ie window in any sense.
> It's a standard windows object, and isn't covered under the IE ole
> object.  The only way to send click events to it, is to use some
> library that reflects into it or some such nonsense.
> 
> Hope that helps.
> --Kyle

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