Admoz Absent Member.
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Workbench issue - need workaround

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[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 01 August 2011]

I come across issue that when there is a ActiveX control (with MFC GUI) embedded in .NET form
Workbench doesn't recognize control types on this ActiveX control and always use general "Control"
when recording or playback. Same control in ActiveX is correctly recognized as Tree in MFC application
that embedded this ActiveX. If I know that control is "Tree" how can I force Workbench/Agent to threat it like "Tree"? I've tried to modify object map but it fail with object not found.

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VictorO Absent Member.
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RE: Workbench issue - need workaround

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Class-mapping of controls is only possible for WIN32 controls.

Do you have a sample of this application that we can test in-house? If so, I would recommend to log a support incident with Micro Focus supportline attaching the sample application and we will be able to ascertain whether it is possible to class map such a control.
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VictorO Absent Member.
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RE: Workbench issue - need workaround

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Class-mapping of controls is only possible for WIN32 controls.

Do you have a sample of this application that we can test in-house? If so, I would recommend to log a support incident with Micro Focus supportline attaching the sample application and we will be able to ascertain whether it is possible to class map such a control.
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