I am working on an application in which I have a sheet, similar to spreadsheet. There is an object within the sheet that I have to click. To click on the object I have to click exactly on the border of row (even the deviation of one pixel will fail to click on that object).
The Object that we can recognise using Test Complete's 'Display Object Properties Window' is the sheet object.
Please suggest on the same with in 2 days.
The application is developed on .net
I am using test complete v5
Re: Clicking on object in a sheet-type of spreadsheet
Any requests that you want to put a deadline on to automated QA you should submit to them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. That will make sure it gets looked at and addressed quickly.
However, some things that might help to answer: what kind of component is this sheet object? Do you have screen shots or something that shows the properties of this sheet object? Have you tried recording the action? If you do, what does the object that you're clicking on show up as in the script?
Now, something else here...
If clicking one pixel off causes the object to not be selected and this is an object that an end user needs to interact with, I question whether or not trying to manipulate it is even a valid test. This goes to usability and, if the application is that sensitive that one pixel makes that big of a difference, I'd send it back to the developers and indicate that it is not usable by Joe and Jane Doe end user.