Atul_N Absent Member.
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

I am also facing a issue in which While Running the PEGA(DELPHI) application QTP11 is unable to indentify the object in WINDOWS 7 machine at client side, but using Object SPY i m able to see the OBJECT CLASS name and all details.

THIS APPLICATION is a WINDOWS BASED

 

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Absent Member.. Aditya_Naik Absent Member..
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

Hello,

I am facing the same issue as on PEGA application with QTP11, at times objects are not recongnized by QTP.

I called up HP support to get the QTPWEB_00124 patch downloaded.

But they say that its not available.

 

Could you please share the link from where you got this patch?

 

Thanks

Aditya

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Sandeep_M_007 Absent Member.
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

Hi Prasad,

 

People face problems of Object identification many times. Here are the solutions to overcome it.

 

1. Check the version of QTP you are using. Then check the versions of IE that supports.

In case if any patch available, download that and get it installed with QTP.

 

2. Open QTP 1st before opening the Browser.

 

3. If its happenning in runtime, you can use waitproperty or sync so that the page loads completely and then move to the next operations.

 

For more info, you can view the blog www.qtphelp.com. You can post any questions also. We would be happy to solve your issues.

 

 

Thanks,

Sandeep

http://www.indiumsoft.com/core-qa-offerings/test-automation

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puja205 Absent Member.
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

Hi All,

 

I am using UFT 11.53 and my application is a java application embedded in chrome frame.

UFT identifies the objects only when i disable the chrome frame Add on. But this makes the application very slow.

 

Can you suggest any other way.

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Ruddy_A_FT Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

Hi Puja205,

 

Hope you are doing well.

 

Google Chrome Frame in Embedded Browsers is not supported.

 

We already have an enhacement requests for it:

 

Support of Google Chrome Frames objects on embedded browser controls for IE: QCCR1J29755


Chrome embedded browser process (Enhancement Request: QCCR1J25379)

Embedded Chrome controls (Enhancement Request: QCCR1J26104)

 

Please mark this answer as accepted solution or correct answer if this answered your question.

 

Best regards,

Ruddy Alvarez H.
Customer Support Engineer

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Absent Member.. FabioDB Absent Member..
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

Hi ,

 

My QTP ver. 11.00 is unable to identify and capture UI objects for a web application developed with the technology QlickView using the browser IE 9 , for other web applications ( also google.com for example ) it works fine , any idea about that ?

 

Best Regards

Fabio

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tanvitanvi Absent Member.
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Re: UFT is unable to identify objects in the browser




Hi, 

I am also facing the same issue but not in QTP i am facing in it UFT version 12.02

Can anyone please suggest any solution. 




 

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Bindya Absent Member.
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Re: QTP is unable to identify objects in the browser

Hi. Application Type: Windows based (.Net) In one of the window web page has been displayed as a part not as a separate browser. I need to perform some actions but the objects are identified as ‘WinObject’ in UFT. Note: Web pages opened in a browser has been identified
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