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QTP is freakin me out (old file version won\'t die)
I have a QTP test called InitialSetup that is linked to 5 resource files. The test is stored in QC and all resources are stored locally. All resources are referenced without path info. Path info is set in the Folders option under Tools->Options->Folders. One of the resource files is called GlobalDialogs.
At one point a change was introduced to GlobalDialogs. However, after running the test InitialSetup, a defect was found in the changes introduced to GlobalDialogs. I fixed the defect and saved changes. However, when I run the InitialSetup test, somehow it is still using the old code in GlobalDialogs, resulting in test failure due to the defective code.
The really strange thing is that when the test is open in QTP, if I go to Resources->Associated Function Libraries and pull up GlobalDialogs, it is the correct version of the file. However, when I actually run the test, if I step through it in debug mode, I can see that it's using the older version of GlobalDialogs!?
How is this possible? I've done a file search on the computer and can't find a copy of the old version anywhere. Any ideas?
Re: QTP is freakin me out (old file version won\'t die)
hmmm, i still don't get what's going on, but the resource file is also stored in a source control system and something odd is going on. perhaps not a QTP issue. never mind.