1) Check your Add-Ins
Other region would be
2) Winrunner is not Considering the object as standard class bject,It might be considering it as Generic class object so u have to map Generic class object to standard class object using guimap configaration.
User Steve Mathisen (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
If you want to work with IE 5.5 you need to upgrade to WR 7.02. WR 6.02 will
not work properly with any version of IE above 5.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gaurav Marwaha" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 11:05 PM
Subject: [winrunner] help required in GUI Map
| Hi everyone,
| i am new to the win runner . i am having few queries
| 1. while use GUI map editor, it is unable to identify
| test boxes and images as an object on a web page . it
| took only combo boxes ...
| 2. on netscape it is not learning gui objects at all..
| winrunner WinRunner 6.0 with web test .
| my IE version is 5.50.4807.2300 with sp2
| netscape version : 4.76
| I would appreciate if someone could help me to solve
| this problem.
Quality is the result of a carefully constructed cultural environment. It has to be the fabric of the organization, not part of the fabric.
Sorry for picking . But Winrunner should be started before you open the
browser. Please find excerpts from the Mercury support page.
Possible scenarios to check:
1. Whether Web Add-On is loaded by verifying whether Web function
exist in the Function Generator.
2. WinRunner should be started before you launch your browser.
3. IE should be installed before you install the web add-on
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.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org
12/31/2001 Subject: RE: [winrunner] help required in GUI Map
Two things come to mind :
1) Are you opening the browser before you start WinRunner? - you must
open the browser first.
2) Are you sure the objects in question are HTML objects? - check the code
they could be java (or someother type)
If it worked on another machine and you just started using this new machine and now it doesn't work on the same stuff my first inclination would be that your WinRunner environment is not set up the same as the original. So make sure your StartUp script is pointing to the same script (off Settings-->General Options-->Environment) and make sure you have access to the same stuff - meaning make sure your libraries and scripts are not on a local drive and that both machines have access to the same stuff. Also make sure you are loading the WebTest add-in!
Brian K. Qualters TurboTesting Concepts