QTP Issue interacting with Application
Here is the issue I am having. I am performing iterative testing against a screen in our web application that tests dynamic updates to pulldown content based on inputs. Basically, the loop is input, validate repeat until done.
What is happening is that at some random point in the process, the application "locks up" during the refresh cycle that is triggered after an input. This happens at random places and sometimes not at all.
I had originally thought this to be an application issue, but this cannot be reproduced manually.
This issue had originally been found when we used Winrunner scripts, and was solved by triggering the "onblur" event on the object that is input into, but that solution does not help in the QTP script.
Does anyone know if there may be any issues with events being triggered from Web Applications with QTP or any other possible QTP settings or issues that may help solve this problem?
Any thoughts that anyone has on this would be of great help.
Re: QTP Issue interacting with Application
So, when you say the application "locks up" do you mean the script hangs are throws an exception during browser sync, as in:
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for i=0 to whatever
do some processing...
cause the browser/app to refresh...
browser.sync 'wait for new page update
Or is some other scenario? You need to be more specific about the failure scenario and the error to get any useful suggestions.
Also, is you app using Ajax and/or .Net objects?
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