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Can´t write in a pdf textfield, IE crashing

Hello guys,

we are running UFT 14.03 and want to write in a PDF TextField , after the UFT Software have written on the Textfield the Internet Explorer(v11.243) is crashing. We are using adope reader(v9.4)  and the plugin acroqtp on our system

The PDF Document are opened in a Browser(IE)

The Sourcecode looks like this:

Browser("b1")...AcroXFAForm("Requirement2").AcroXFATextField("DetailField").Select
Browser("b1")...AcroXFAForm("Requirement2").AcroXFATextField("DetailField").SetValue "detail field"

The manual input for this textfields is possible. 

Best regard

Matthias

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

This addin is not owned/supported by HP/HPE/MF, please contact adobe for further assistance.

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Regular Contributor.
Regular Contributor.

Same Problem here...any ideas how to fill out and pdf viewed in browser?!

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Contributor.

What ist the command to Set the Value in textFields of XFA Forms?

Best Regards, Matthias

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Knowledge Partner
Knowledge Partner

Havee you tried .Type

Mark Smith.

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Contributor.

I tried .Type but without success

Matthias

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Micro Focus Expert

hi, 

Try to spy and add the object using UIA addin or simply low level recording which results in a Win object. After that, use type method of the object.

thanks.

James

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