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QTP 9.5 on FireFox 2.0

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I'm trying to run scripts that i created for IE7 on FireFox browser using QTP 9.5, Script keep failing with object not found error. Invoking IE/FireFox application at the starting of the script, else remaining script stays same.
Do i need to install any add-in on fireFox for QTP to see objects? Please help
Thanks in advance
Praveen
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Can you post what the description of the browser object is as captured in your OR?
There is no separate add-in for FireFox...just the usual web add-in.

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Can you post the lines of code that are causing the issue and also the description as captured in OR of the relevant objects?
Also, what version of FireFox are you using? Have you read through the section "Running Tests or Components in Netscape Browser or Mozilla Firefox" in QTP 9.5 readme file?
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Hi Krishna, Thank you for your response.
My script fails on first line itself,
QTP is not able to recognise firefox browser object.
Gone through readme file that you mentioned, it looks like i need to add QuickTest support for Mozilla firefox.
Do i need to add any QTP add-in in Firefox?
If yes, can you please point me to right direction
Firefox version: 2.0
QTP version: 9.5

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Praveen
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Can you post what the description of the browser object is as captured in your OR?
There is no separate add-in for FireFox...just the usual web add-in.

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Krishna, Now i'm able to run my scripts on FireFox. Thanks for enlightening me, i always thought i need some kind of add-in for firefox.
Now i got good source for issue resolutions 🙂
email me @ pchintapally@myspace.com
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hi praveen
i am facing exactly same problem as you are, about QTP 9.5 and FF 2.0
I also have read the Readme but I do not understand what action to take in order to make the IE script run on mozilla too.

could you please tell me in detail, what Can i do in order to get my script running on mozilla

it would be a great healp.

thanks,
manasi

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Even I am facing similar problem. I have web addin in place. But still QTP script fails to run on Firefox.
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Hello Praveen,
I am facing the same problem, Could you please let me know the solution at the earliest.
Thanks in advance,
Srinivas P
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I would sure like to know the answer to this, too.

I've got FF 2.0 with QTP add-in able to run previous recorded in IE6 scripts. I cannot get QTP to record anything using FF 2.0.

Thanks.



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QTP supports running scripts on Firefox, but not recording them on that platform.
Jan Czajkowski

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Yes I have found that out the hard way. Is FF2 the only version QTP works?

Thanks
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FF 3.0.X is also supported by QTP.

I am not too sure about QTP 9.5..

but you can run scripts created in IE using QTP 10.0 in FF 3.0

~~shivaram
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