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John M. Daly
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QTP 11 With Firefox Type mismatch when Page Sync
      #719807 - 11/14/12 01:58 PM

I have been trying to use a script that was written for IE with FireFox. I installed a couple of Patches which allowed me to see the Objects with the Spy and when I go to the Object repository and "Highlight in Application" (Browser, Page or Webelement) it works. When I step through the script and get to the sync line on the Browser, or any line which would do something to a page or element on the page, I am getting a Type Mismatch error. All of the following lines are doing this:

Browser("BName").Page("PName").WebEdit("UserName").Set gUserID
Browser("BName").Page("PName").WebEdit("UserPassword").SetSecure gDefaultPWEncoded

I have never seen anything like this and I am at my wits end today trying to figure it out.

I am running QTP11. I am running FireFox 16. I also tried this with FireFix12 with the same results. I have Patches QTPWEB_00090 and QTPWEB_00112 installed.

Has anyone seen a type mismatch error being thrown when doing a Sync on a page before? Anyone have any ideas?

I would really appreciate any help. I am stuck.



John M. Daly
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DeVry Inc.

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Re: QTP 11 With Firefox Type mismatch when Page Sync [Re: John M. Daly]
      #719932 - 11/29/12 05:01 AM

As far as I heard for FF you have to write/run another scripts (objects in IE and FF are recognized/processed differently by QTP)...

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