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Using RFT to test a C++ application
Hi. I've been plowing through trying to get RFT to recognize not just custom control objects in our app, but plain old activeX and other windows MFC objects, with limited success. Using a LOT of regular expressions, which work great. However, one issue, for example, is that a menuItem test works fine on a custom control menubar that is accessed via the index, but when trying the menuItem test on the second menuIndex, the script fails with a recognition failure error. Running the script alone works fine. But when calling that same script from a callScript command, it fails as mentioned above. Anybody have any experience in plowing through such a project? Rational's approach is to either use the Proxy SDK, which I'm willing to do, but it's not straightforward (at least to me), or to contract the custom control Proxy coding to a third party. Sure isn't like the old SQA/Rational Robot days where I loved working with the product. Any help would be appreciated!