does QTP follow a class inheritance?
Can I override the "Common Methods and Properties" common to all standard Windows objects, by overriding the method of the topmost class?
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How are you planning to do that!!!!!
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By using "RegisterUserFunc" Courtsey member 'qadanger' Refer my thread Topic: How to slow down script execution
If I remember corectly, in silktest, if I overried a method for the top class, it percolates down to the object.
You can register a function in place of an existing function. I doubt whether it is true 'inheritance'. Also, the registration is not permenant. You cannot permenantly override a qtp function - I think.
For me permanancy is not a issue if I can override the method.