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QTP/UFT support tip: What to do if I am not able to precompile Flex application to use it in UFT

Flex add-in on UFT requires some special lines of code to be settled in the compilation of the Flex application.

What to do if is not possible to do this since the application under test belongs to another company.

 

Install Service Pack 11.53 for UFT 11.5
 
UFT 11.53 includes the UFT Flex Runtime Loader, which you can use to open most of your Flex applications for testing, without having to pre-compile the application.
 
 
 
You can use the new Flex tab in the Record and Run Settings dialog box to instruct UFT to open Flex applications at the beginning of a record or run session. In this tab, you specify whether you have prepared the application in advance for testing, or whether UFT should open the application using the Runtime Loader.
 
 
You can also configure the new Flex Record and Run settings using an automation script.
 
 
 

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