Borland and SftTreeControl32?
Hello. I have to test a Borland C++ app with WinRunner 6.0 and I've hit a wall. I've defined all the custom classes and created a big GUI map for the application.
But there is just custom class that I just can't get WinRunner to recognize. It's sort of a weird hybrid tree that can have little, sometimes clickable, icons next to each item. It can also have checkboxes, can be divided up into resizable columns.
I've tried regonizing it as a systreeview32, syslistview32, listbox, window, mdiclient, everything. Mercury Interactive tech support hasn't come up with anything yet (no, miss, it doesn't have any ActiveX properties). Can anyone help me recognize this evil custom object?
Re: Borland and SftTreeControl32?
Have you tried to manipulate with properties of this object?