Can anyone suggest why it is taking just over 2 minutes for QTP to discover a browser popup window of class <Internet Explorer_TridentDlgFrame>?
It only seems to happen with 1 specific window of this type - all others are found quickly. I want to press a button on this window to proceed with the process, so can't avoid it. When I use a transaction to measure the time taken to click the button it is just over 120 sec and indicates that 120 secs are wasted time (...Don't I know).
I have read about many problems regarding these popups but none with the same type of issue.
I hate resurrecting these, but I have checked all the obvious and suggested things, without success.
Another test was created, which uses the same window and button. When run this test was OK so I compared the objects and code without illuminating any difference.
Now the strange part - we added a few lines of code before statement which clicks the button - to test for a progress dialog popup which appears before the problem window. When rerun the same issue arises where it takes at least 2 minutes to see the window. When using 'slow' mode run the cursor gets to the Browser().Window().Exist(0) statement and then just sits for the 2 min. At the next statement to click the button it sits for another 2 min.
It obviously finds each and without the aid of Smart identification, but why 2 min after preceding the statements with other code?