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sentry_zero Absent Member.
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Fresh install Run Error not displaying SKIP button

New install of  QTP = 10.0 (Windows 7).  The user is running a script which causes a run error.  The error does not display, 'SKIP', 'RETRY', or 'DEBUG'.  The popup only displays 'OK' and 'HELP'.  The install was completed as an administrator.

The same script on a previous system (Windows XP) shows the run error with the correct buttons.

I have confrimed the settings under the following match: Test settings Run 'pop up message box'.

The user has full admin rights to the Windows 7 box.  The full error messages are as follows

Windows 7

'The test run cannot continue due to an urecoverable error.

Cannot identify the object "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX". Verfity that this object's properties match an object displayed in your applicaiton.

Line (1), "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"

Options for OK and HELP only

Windows XP

"Type mismatch: 'SelectRow'

Line (173) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"

Options for STOP, RETRY SKIP, DEBUG

 

New to the QTP forum, so please bare with me.  I have tried searching for this issue, without luck.  The specifics are below.  I appologise in advance if i haven't followed forum rules.

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sentry_zero Absent Member.
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Re: Fresh install Run Error not displaying SKIP button

As a continuation of this issue, the user doesn't appear to be able to call MS Script debugger functions. For example they cannot use 'insert/remove breakpoints'.  I will review putting MS Debugger on this Windows 7 (64 bit) machine and post my results.

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