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Getting the function parent
Just want to know if someone was able to get the name of the parent function
i.e. is there a way to get the calling function name?
x = f2()
msgbox <printing the parent function's name "f1()">
f2 = true
WinRunner had a Call stack. I have not seen anything that does that in QTP or VBScript.
Yes it is possible. Look at PowerDebug.Caller
bklabel1 mentioned call stack in his reply. UFT 11.5 can display a call stack.
Last edited by RedCorvette; 01-22-2013 at 08:38 AM.
Have you actually gotten 11.5 to work?
I tried UFT 11.5 a few weeks ago and posted instructions on how to get it installed. I liked how it looked, but simple recording was making it lock up, crash or do unexpected things. Has anyone managed to get it to work for a real script yet?
Originally Posted by belewda
Yes, I am running UFT 11.5 on a Windows 7 32-bit system. The biggest problem I have encountered (three times now) is that it hangs up for no apparent reason and the only way I could get out of that state was to end the program with Task Manager. This is very annoying but caused no damage except wasted time. Other than that, so far I like it.
Last edited by RedCorvette; 01-22-2013 at 11:59 AM.
My client does not want to move to UFT 11.5 until it is stable which is understandable. My plan is to ask about the stability every month or so. As soon as it stops crashing, I'd like to start using it.
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