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wille525 Absent Member.
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Oracle forms issue: click() doens't work in debug mode

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I have the following issue, that happens when testing an Oracle Forms application:

The  Click() method of a UI object do not work when running a Silk4Net testcase in debug mode. Is this a bug in?

How can I solve this?

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wille525 Absent Member.
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RE: Oracle forms issue: click() doens't work in debug mode

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This issue is solved. When running the tests in debug mode it is not allowed that Visual Studio completly overlaps the Oracle forms application.

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Ulrich_Kroemer Absent Member.
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RE: Oracle forms issue: click() doens't work in debug mode

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hi,

in that case you will probably have to use the option pictured below to ensure the object is activated everytime before an action is executed. otherwise might not be returned from the debugger to the application under test and therefore the click will fail.

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wille525 Absent Member.
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RE: Oracle forms issue: click() doens't work in debug mode

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hi Ulrich, I have use this option and it now most of the steps are executed....but not all. I'm now trying to figure out, why not.

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wille525 Absent Member.
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RE: Oracle forms issue: click() doens't work in debug mode

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This issue is solved. When running the tests in debug mode it is not allowed that Visual Studio completly overlaps the Oracle forms application.

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