1. Go to Tools -> Options -> Web (Tab)
Click on Page/Frame Options...
Select the radio button "Different test object descriptions". This will not create the new page object until the page description changes.
2. Other way would be to add the checkpoint using a single page only.
Would be something like
Now you can reuse this Checkpoint on any page
Originally posted by MalleswariQA: Tarun,
I have a doubt .This code comes as descriptive , is it possible to use in built check points here.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">Well i didn't what you mean by built-in checkpoints. This can be used by checkpoint that you have created in the script once and you cannot create a checkpoint dynamically at run-time. But yes you can modify some of the expected result of the checkpoint at run-time.
it works if you first create the checkpoint then convert the Browser().Page() to DP ,Yes you are right if you think to create totally DP checkpoint i.e. without recording at all , it won't work and this is a major draw back for DP; you have to implement your checkpoints your self.