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ReplayType behaviour is different between UFT11.53 and UFT12.54

Hello,

We used to develop scripts with a replaytype = '2' in UFT11.53 version.

We just migrate to UFT12.54 and we observed that scripts were not working anymore to set webedit fields from 1 character lengh.

Do someone have an idee to avoid to remove our replaytype=2 in the top of the script and to set it above every action needing it ?

Thanks

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Hello Robert,

Based on the official documentation, did you have the chance to take a look to the below details before?

Known Issues- Web-Based Application Support

https://admhelp.microfocus.com/uft/en/14.03/UFT_Help/Content/Addins_Guide/WebBased_troubleshooting.htm 

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Kind regards,

Luis Alonso A.

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Hello Luis,

Thank you for your answer,

The problem is that we use bay default the replay type level to 2 and that this instruction is set in the beginning of the script.

We never detect any problem with the UFT 11.53 version but when we migrate to UFT 12.54 the behaviour is different and some action could't be done with the replay type 2 anymore.

We just want to avoid to set the replay type before every action that are not working and I asked if ther was a known issue that can explain this difference of behaviour between two version of UFT

Regards

Robert

 

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