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Getting Exception - object is not ready for user interaction

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Hi All,

Sometimes I am getting exception from Silk4NET application as

 Exception Message :
The object is not ready for user interaction because it is not enabled.

 Exception Stack Trace :
   at SilkTest.Ntf.Communicator.SendMessage(Message message, Int32 timeout)
   at SilkTest.Ntf.Agent.SendMessage(Message message)
   at SilkTest.Ntf.Agent.SendMessage(String methodName, Object[] parameters)
   at SilkTest.Ntf.Agent.Invoke(TestObject invokeObject, String methodName, IList parameters)

How to fix this problem? And why this exception occur frequently?

Thank You,

Kishor.

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Hi Kishor,

Check the screenshot in your TrueLog file to see how your application looks like when this error occurs. For errors a screenshot is created by default.

The error "the object is not ready for user interaction because it is not enabled." indicates that either a modal dialog is shown or that the object you want to interact is disabled.

Example:

You want to click a button but a modal error dialog is displayed in your application. In this case the click will fail with this error message.

Regards, Michael

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Hi Kishor,

Check the screenshot in your TrueLog file to see how your application looks like when this error occurs. For errors a screenshot is created by default.

The error "the object is not ready for user interaction because it is not enabled." indicates that either a modal dialog is shown or that the object you want to interact is disabled.

Example:

You want to click a button but a modal error dialog is displayed in your application. In this case the click will fail with this error message.

Regards, Michael

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