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UFT 14.02 Trial Version is unable to recognize Flight Application objects, only parent window object

Hi,  I'm new to UFT and trying to go through the tutorial. UFT 14 is installed on a Windows 2010 PC that meets system requirements. I've also installed the WPF plugin. The HPE installation shows up in my Windows %PATH% as well. When using the Object Spy, the FlightsGUI.exe window is recognized, but that is all. Further detailed objects (child objects) are not identified. I tried launching both UFT and the FlightsGUI app as Admin and also launching the app from a command window. But no luck. Does anyone have suggestions on how to resolve this?

Thanks, Julie

 

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Re: UFT 14.02 Trial Version is unable to recognize Flight Application objects, only parent window ob

Is the flight application open by UFT or after UFT is open? Please also check the settings for record and run, from Record menu.

What Win 10 version are you using? 1709, 1703?

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Lavinia,

Thanks so much for the reply. I'm opening the app after UFT is already opened. I'm running Windows 10 Version 1607 (OS Build 14393.1944). Unfortunately, I'm unable to apply any patches or upgrades.

Julie

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hi, Julie

Have you enabled .NET and WPF addin?

Thanks.

James

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