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In HP UFT12.02 FlexTable Methods SelectRow and SelectCell do not work.

Perhaps someone faced the same issue with UFT12.02. I also raised a call with HP, but any help/input also highgly appreciated here.


HP UFT 12.02 FlexTable Methods .SelectRow and SelectCell do not work
In HP UFT 12.02 (even with latest patch 4 Installed) the FlexTable Methods SelectRow and SelectCell do not work. In HP UFT 12.01 this was no problem, these worked fine. We wanted tp upgrade our stations from HP UFT 12.01 to HP UFT12.02 patch 4, but since we have a lot of automated UFT scripts for a Flex application, containing a lot of FlexTable SelectRow and SelectCell methods, we can not upgrade at this moment. While recording in UFT12.02 patch 12 the selectRow method is recorded:
FlexWindow("GPS2Flex0").FlexTabStrip("FlexTabStrip").FlexTabStrip("FlexTabStrip").FlexTable("FlexTable").SelectRow 1
But when running this code, there is an error window popping up:
Run Error: Unknown error: Line 6: FlexWindow("GPS2Flex0").FlexTabStrip("FlexTabStrip").FlexTabStrip("FlexTabStrip").FlexTable("FlexTable").SelectRow 1

Same script executed in HP UFT 12.01: No problem!
Seems something is wrong in UFT12.02 with the FlexTable SelectRow and SelectCell methods. I also tried the FlexTable DeselectRow method in UFT12.02, but this is working fine. As stated before: in HP UFT12.01 no problem with these FlexTable Select methods!



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i am experiencing the same problem. The SelectRow method always highlights the "selected+1" row. Is this still an issue in v12.5x?

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