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    Identifying dialog box objects .NET hosting IE

    In our application our main window is .NET (C#) and it hosts IE windows, which bring up dialog boxes.

    QTP is seeing the .NET window, but seems to be recognizing the IE window as a standard window. I am attaching screen shots of the app windows and the Spy results.

    The main issue is that QTP sees the dialog box, but doesn't recognize any of the controls within it. It sees the contents on the dialog box as a WinObject ("Internet Explorer_Server").

    I've searched all over to see if anyone has encountered this before, but I haven't been able to find anything related to this.

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: Identifying dialog box objects .NET hosting IE

    Hi I am also facing the same problem,Windows app with IE browser.
    Do you have any solution
    Rekha

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    Re: Identifying dialog box objects .NET hosting IE

    Look at the below post and see if it helps

    http://www.sqaforums.com/showflat.ph...e=0#Post494164

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    Re: Identifying dialog box objects .NET hosting IE

    Thanks, Tarun. But I've hit a roadblock...

    I guess that solution works for a thick client setup, but we are running a smart client setup using ClickOnce technology:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ClickOnce

    The files are deployed from the server where our application resides. The applications aren't installed on the client side, they are only executed and cached in the browser from what I understand.

    So from what I understand there isn't anything installed on the client side, aside from some ActiveX controls and a couple of dll's.

    Do I need to register the .exe's located on the application server?

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    Re: Identifying dialog box objects .NET hosting IE

    I am not sure what would be a solution in that case. But i guess the exe's that get download during run-time would always be the same. So look in temp files and register the exe in that and see if that helps you out. You can also use taskmanager to see which process is hosting this window

 

 

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