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abhiagarwal41 Absent Member.
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QTP 11.00 not identifying java objects properly.

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QTP was earlier identifying the java objects but suddenly there seems to be a problem.

If you go to Tools -> Object Identification and then select the environment as "Java" , various java objects are displayed in weird colored cubes. Screenshot is attached.

I have tried reinstalling.

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Absent Member.. vzamoraz Absent Member..
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Re: QTP 11.00 not identifying java objects properly.

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I recommend you to repair QTP 11.

1. Access the machine with a full administrator rights user.
2. Open Windows Registry Editor (Go to the Start menu, select “Run”, type “regedit” and click “Ok”)
3. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Mercury Interactive
4. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder, select “Export” and save the file prompted
5. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder and select “Delete”
6. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Mercury Interactive
7. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder, select “Export” and save the file prompted
8. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder and select “Delete”
9. Browse to profile’s application data (Go to the Start menu, select “Run”, type “%appdata%\HP” and click “Ok”) and rename folder called “QuickTest Professional” to “QuickTest Professional.BAK”
10. Go to Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> QTP -> Repair.
if you cannot see it
     Launch QTP's Setup.exe like if you want to install it again.
     Select the option install QTP
     On the installation wizard you will see the option Repair.
     Check it and continue with the wizard
     Finish the repair process and launch QTP again

 

Regards.
If you find this useful, mark Kudos.

Also remember if you have a valid contract with HP feel free to visit our FT/QTP Support Customer Forums: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Functional-Testing-QTP/ct-p/sws-Fun_Test
You can create an account with your HP credentials

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abhiagarwal41 Absent Member.
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Re: QTP 11.00 not identifying java objects properly.

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Same issue is with Web and WPF objects also

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Absent Member.. vzamoraz Absent Member..
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Re: QTP 11.00 not identifying java objects properly.

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I recommend you to repair QTP 11.

1. Access the machine with a full administrator rights user.
2. Open Windows Registry Editor (Go to the Start menu, select “Run”, type “regedit” and click “Ok”)
3. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Mercury Interactive
4. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder, select “Export” and save the file prompted
5. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder and select “Delete”
6. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Mercury Interactive
7. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder, select “Export” and save the file prompted
8. Right click on “QuickTest Professional” folder and select “Delete”
9. Browse to profile’s application data (Go to the Start menu, select “Run”, type “%appdata%\HP” and click “Ok”) and rename folder called “QuickTest Professional” to “QuickTest Professional.BAK”
10. Go to Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> QTP -> Repair.
if you cannot see it
     Launch QTP's Setup.exe like if you want to install it again.
     Select the option install QTP
     On the installation wizard you will see the option Repair.
     Check it and continue with the wizard
     Finish the repair process and launch QTP again

 

Regards.
If you find this useful, mark Kudos.

Also remember if you have a valid contract with HP feel free to visit our FT/QTP Support Customer Forums: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Functional-Testing-QTP/ct-p/sws-Fun_Test
You can create an account with your HP credentials

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abhiagarwal41 Absent Member.
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Re: QTP 11.00 not identifying java objects properly.

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Thanks for the solution

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