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    Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    Is there one?

    Currenty I have to do it in 4 steps: Object Repository Manager -> Open -> Select File -> Enable Editing

    By the way, is anyone using shared OR at all?

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    Re: Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    Most of them would be using Shared OR [exclude Descriptive Programming]. I don't know if any shortcuts other than what you have stated above.

    Since we are 'Automators', do we try to automate everything!? [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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    Re: Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    No faster way to get to the editor that I know of.

    But in a case of bulk edits, you could modify the xml directly.

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    Re: Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    If you have the Resources Pane open you can expand the resources associated with an action and then right click a shared object repository and choose "open repository".
    Then click Enable editing.
    So it can be a 3 step process (once you have the the resources pane open)

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    Re: Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    Right click doesn't work for me at all (QTP 11).

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    Re: Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    Try Shift-F10. It's a windows shortcut for the context menu... basically, a right click.

    Edit: duh. I just realized it was QTP not accepting the right-click, not that you weren't able to click the right mouse button. Please ignore me. I should've called in stupid today.
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    Re: Quick Way To Edit Shared Object Repository

    I can just leave the OR Manager open, as unlike OR it opens in a separate window.

 

 

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