We are trying to right click on a row in a JavaTable using QTP and intestingly it is not working now, but used to work earlier (earlier we had old version of SWT and it is upgraded now).
We tried several options like low level recording (even with JAVA pluggin disabled), Fireevent method, but these havenít been successful.
Basically QTP could not replay "right click" action on java table row.
Only one option "Analog recording" is working. And I am not comfortable going with "Analog recording", as it is coordinate based.
I would like to know your opinion and curious to know if any body is in the similar situtaion.
Unfortunately our application is not supporting SHIFT+CTRL+F10, I am thinking of opening a enhancement request for our application. But even after I am not sure if QTP will work.
I appreciate if you can share any other options for right click..
I am seeing this same issue now with my Java application.
The following code works fine-
JavaWindow(U1BT).JavaInternalFrame(STW).JavaTable( STW).ClickCell "4","Bid", "RIGHT"
But if I increse the row number to say 30, the table does not scroll down to row #30.
JavaWindow(U1BT).JavaInternalFrame(STW).JavaTable( STW).ClickCell "30","Bid", "RIGHT"
Has anyone faced this issue ?
Even we are facing same issue. if anybody has anyworkaround please let us know.
Did you try using the devicereplay object? search the forum for the same
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