Browser("Browser").Page("Page").WebEdit("Name").Se t "Text"
Now to execute the statement which basically acts on WebEdit("Name") object, QTP needs to identify Browser object first and then Page and then Name. So if QTP is not able to recognize the Browser object with current properties then you will get an error as the one you specified.
I AM RUNNING THE SAMETHING THAT I HAVE RECORDED.
i am getting error like
The test run cannot continue due to an unrecoverable error.
Cannot identify the object "TPanel_2" (of class WinObject). Verify that this object's properties match an object currently displayed in your application
Line (5): "Window("Medical Group (Tutorial").WinObject("TPanel_2").Click 76,17"
can u suggest somthing to recover this problem.
If you record a script it does not mean you can replay it also. There are websites which use dynamic properties which are different every time. So if you get a error as you have specified you need to see the properties of the old object in the OR and also see the properties of the new object using objectspy and then analyze what things are changing and also what regualr expression needs to be used in the OR for QTP to recognize that object.