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The SilkTest recorders weren"t picking up the objects in an application? The output from CaptureAllClasses() didn"t show the classes either, and consequently new scripts didn"t end up finding the objects?

The SilkTest recorders weren"t picking up the objects in an application? The output from CaptureAllClasses() didn"t show the classes either, and consequently new scripts didn"t end up finding the objects?

If the classes that you see in your GUI are not public classes or the methods to manipulate them are not public methods, then Silk Test will not be able to see or record them in any fashion. Check with your developers and have them make those object classes and desired methods public so that CaptureAllClasses() can capture the information needed to test them.

Old KB# 22718

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