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swf object recognition issue

i have to select values from the dropdown embedded in a glacial tree list. QTP identifies the whole tree as a single swf object. On spying using .Net spy, only the first column values appear under Nodes- Collection. Other columns properties doesn't appear any where in the list. On using "Object.Column" it identifies the number of columns but not its properties. Can anyone please suggest a way to select values from the drop down list.
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If .net devlopers used infragistics components, then use infragistics-TestAdvantage add-on for QTP. This will give you a better description of the swf objects.
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thanks trincy, but i have been using test advantage addin. thaz not helping in identifying the swfobject. we have also used glacial components in the application.
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Hi,

to resolve that you may have to do one of two things:

1. Skip recognition of states, properties values and methods available in the Glacial Treeview and only use the Click and Drag & Drop options by location for the WFObject.
2. You will have to modify the .net add in to recognized the custom made Glacial component.

How it's been done?

You may read about it in the QuickTest Professional .NET Add-in Extensibility guide.

For any additional questions you may also contact me by mail: info @ automatiqa . com

As I am curious myself on trying to modify it, if time permits I might just implement the DLL in the near future.

Good luck.
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