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What property QTP picks from ExtJs Button object to check It is enabled or Disabled?

Hi,

 

I am automating ExtJs application and stuck with click operation on button.

 

Application is developed using Java ExtJS technology:

 

Issue:

        QTP is able to click on a Button irrespective of the state visible to the Manual User. i.e.

 

 1. QTP can click on button even if its hidden

2. QTP can click on the button even if its displayed as Disabled

 

Therefore I'm confused what property dev should setup so that this object appreas disabled to QTP as well.

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Re: What property QTP picks from ExtJs Button object to check It is enabled or Disabled?

You may have more luck getting answers if you post this QTP question in the QTP-specific forum.
http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Functional-Testing-QTP/ct-p/sws-Fun_Test
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Re: What property QTP picks from ExtJs Button object to check It is enabled or Disabled?

You can check whether existing "visible" identification property of "WebButton" reflects that status
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