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Object Recognition Methods ID String Length
User MArk B. (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Wild cards and manually entering the string values after recording.
Re: Object Recognition Methods ID String Length
User (email@example.com) posted:
Not that I am aware of. But as MArkB noted, there are ways to work around
this limitation. You can use wildcards to allow relative matches, then
set context to the Window and test for particular controls to determine
which window you have found. SQABasic also has
"SQASetCaptionTerminatorChar" and "SQAGetCaptionTerminatorChar" utilities
(SQASetCaptionTerminatorChar overrides settings on the Caption Matching
tab of GUI Playback Options dialog).
OR, you can test for some other UNIQUE property of the Window, such as its
Class -- this generally does the trick.