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QTP/UFT support tip: Considerations working with embedded browsers

There is no out-of-box support for Web browser controls, but Web Add-in can be setup to support these controls if, and only if, the application under testing complies with below:

 

  1. Embedded browser control must be derivate-from/developed-with Internet Explorer (IE). Normally the application   should be using the “ieframe.dll” file:
  •     Running 32bits application on a 32bits Windows or 64bits application on a 64bits Windows.

        %windir%\System32\ieframe.dll.

  •     Running 32bits application on a 64bits Windows

                 %windir%\SysWOW64\ieframe.dll

 

2.  When working with 64bits applications, please have in mind:

            QTP 11 supports it if you have patches: QTP_00699, QTPWEB_00086, QTPWEB_00090, QTPWEB_00111 and QTPWEB_00116.

 

 

3.  Activate the hooks following the steps described in this post: Embeded browsers on .exe aplications

 


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