Tag Archive: runtime

Jan 10 2009

.Net Objects, Runtime Hierarchies and Bizarre QTP Errors

I’ve recently came across a disturbing phenomenon regarding .Net automation with QTP, and  thought I would share it with our readers. I hope some of you could shed some light on this mystery. First, some background: As described in our article about Exploring Custom Controls, sometimes QTP fails to properly recognize the AUT’s controls, and …

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Dec 04 2008

The Fastest Way to Work with GUI Objects

So, what’s the fastest way for working with GUI objects? It seems that everyone has an opinion on the matter – some insist the Object-Repository yields the best results, while others are strong advocates for working with Descriptive Programming. While one will insert every object into a variable and use that variable, another would use …

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