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QTP is not not Recognizing Oracle Applications ( oracle EBS) - running on VM

QTP is not not Recognizing  Oracle Applications ( oracle EBS)

 

I have QTP 11, with Web and Oracle Add ins,   when scripts runs, as soon as Oracle Navigator starts, those forms are not recognsed...

 

 

I am Running on VM , 32 bit windows, IE 8,  

 

 

Till this afternoon it did work... not working...not sure what might have caused...

 

Please help me... thank you in advance.

 

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Hi LRNewBee, 

 

Hope you are fine.

 

Regarding your issue, please give me the following information:

 

1. Which version of Oracle you are using?

2. You run the scripts via ALM or locally with QTP?

3. Is this issue random? It happens in all machines or specific machine? It happens in all scripts or specific script? 

4. Could you please give me your MicDetect report of your problematic machine?

 Please refer the following document:       (How to collect all data for HP support (MicDetect utility attached in article) http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM203083

 

Thanks and best regards, 

ThuyTran

Thuy Tran
Software Support Engineer
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