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I am testing a Java application. The problem is that I can't capture VerifyProperties for the whole window. It gives me an error message: "Unable to get properties - Internal Error in Agent - Child not found." But it works properly for any individual object.
Have anybody ever had the problem like this?
It sounds like one of the properties defined for your window sees a child window that does not exist. This might mean that your Java application didn't close something properly. What property set are you using? Try editing the property set ("Options -> Property Sets") until by process of elimination you know what property is causing the problem.
Try putting the cursor focus on any textfield
or button before you CTRL+ALT. This happens when there is NOT any cursor focus. To check this out, try print(window.GetFocus() ) and see if that works. If that fails, its not the problem and just add it to the list of things you cannot do (ie., we all have these problems!! )