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m_kanwar
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Truclient isnt recognizing custom fields added in WebUI through AET tool for CRM script any sol

Hi,

As  I am working on CRM script in VuGen so basically while scripting I am facing the issue that  trueclient isn't recognizing the custom ( mandatory ) fields added in WebUI through AET tool. while replaying the script its skips from that step and not passing any value in that text box. 

any solution please let me know ?

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Re: Truclient isnt recognizing custom fields added in WebUI through AET tool for CRM script any sol

I am using TC out of 12.63. First time TC user, lo-o-o-ong time LR guy. Have you tried using the TC.object.create() or just the magic AET tool thingy? I switched to the Coded as soon as I realized that was an option.

In any case, I'm faced with trying to create objects for each new (dynamic) piece of data received at the client so that the script can be useful. Are you trying to add any more descriptors a la their documentation? I found an XML file in the script folder which has the objects referenced in the script. There are data structures in which there's percentages of confidence for identifying the object, I think. It's not like the provided documentation is terribly helpful as it seems to be written for the guys who developed TC rather than the rest of us who are just trying to use their product.

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