We are facing problem to identify objects using QTP. It is taking the window as a one console. Can anyone pls help to find any other alternative way to identify the objects?
Will you please expand your problem.
1. What version of QTP your are using.
2. What is your IE version
so that somebody can help.
The issue what you have listed does not exist, works fine in my machine- stupid comment from the developer
We are using QTP 10 with Java add-ins.
We are using QTP to test the UI of the J2ME based mobile application. The main problem is QTP identifies the whole emulator screen as a single object.
I am having similar issues with this scenario.
I have a simulator of a mobile application running. QTP will recognize the whole screen as one object, but anything inside the screen is not recognized.
It's almost like it only sees the screen as one large bit-map image.
Is there a way in QTP to manually draw or create objects on this image? I can see the buttons on the simulator, but can I create a object over that image so that QTP has something to find?
Is almost like I'm looking to add false objects over the screens since QTP can't view them.
Thanks in advance, and let me know if you need further clarification.
I thought QTP didn't support mobile apps?
Have you checked the readme.htm in the install\help folder to see if it does support your apps?
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I did go through the readme, and I can't find anything to indicate that I can't use QTP for this simulator.
QTP does recognize the simulator and the LCD screen...it's only the objects inside the screen that it can't see. Maybe there is a plug-in that I'm missing?
That's why I was wondering if I can manually create my own objects in QTP. Is there a way to do that?
I think I might have found the solution.
I have to create virtual objects for all objects that QTP can't detect on it's own. I've found that I can do all the actions on those objects than I can on regular objects that I have used for other applications.
I think this will solve my problem. Thanks!