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    OCX Visual Basic Object

    Hi all. I came in late to a project to try to automate the testing process. I'm running into a problem. The testing is being done on an app that is written in VB6. When I try to view object definitions via tools/object data test definition, I get a result of "(OCX) Visual Basic", no matter where on the screen I drag the finger/hand.
    On prior projects, I'd see pushbuttons, radiobuttons, etc.
    Any guess as to what is happening with this particular app?

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    Re: OCX Visual Basic Object

    OCX is an ActiveX control. I can't help you beyond that.

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    Re: OCX Visual Basic Object

    MORE INFO...it seems that the application is using ProtoView Explorer which is why my object finder is only finding .ocx. Each of these pages are named pvx<SCREENNAME>. I think my next question is simple for you programmers, so if you can help thanks:
    How do I get Robot to see all the forms, objects, etc. that exist in the various pvx files?

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    Re: OCX Visual Basic Object

    MORE INFO...it seems that the application is using ProtoView Explorer which is why my object finder is only finding .ocx. Each of these pages are named pvx<SCREENNAME>. I think my next question is simple for you programmers, so if you can help thanks:
    How do I get Robot to see all the forms, objects, etc. that exist in the various pvx files?

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    Re: OCX Visual Basic Object

    you can use Rational ActiveX Test ocx
    it can help u

 

 

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