I have a question about add-ins and QTP.
I am scripting an Oracle application that uses a Java applet. It also access the web using IE.
I have these add-ins installed onto my PC:
At first all of my objects were being recorded as Oracle objects. So when my QTP script would launch I would only checkmark the Web and Oracle add-ins to be used in my scripting.
The scripts ran fine.
Later I realized that some of my objects were being recorded as Java objects.
Since then I am also checkmarking the Java add-in as well.
Here are my questions:
1. Is it OK to just use Web and Oracle add-ins when recoding and playing back a QTP script if the Oracle app is using a Java applet?
2. When and why would a Web add-in be used? (Please don't just say "when your script accesses the internet".)
3. Could a QTP script be successfully recorded and played back with only Oracle and Web add-ins selected even though Java is being used in the background?
Re: Add-ins question
Web add-in is needed if you work in a browser.
You would only need to load Java Add-in if the oracle statements test case are not running fine without it.
I have not worked with oracle add-in as such but you can search the forum for more details on this as this topic has been discussed a few times