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liorde Honored Contributor.
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Setting a runtime property as a regular expression

Hello colleagues.

I would like to know if there is an optin to set, during runtime, a certain proerty of an object , but I need it to be a REGULAR EXPRESSION.   Anoter optin is to create that object either as descriptive programming or inline coding. With a regular expression of course....

Will this be possible?

 

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Re: Setting a runtime property as a regular expression

Hello there,

Hope you are doing great!

Regular expression is supported via descriptive programming. See here for an indication of it:

https://admhelp.microfocus.com/uft/en/14.51/UFT_Help/Content/User_Guide/Using_Reg_Exps.htm?Highlight=regular%20expression

Also, you can check the next review regarding this topic: 

https://www.itcentralstation.com/product_reviews/uft-qtp-review-33678-by-paul-grossman  

 

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liorde Honored Contributor.
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Re: Setting a runtime property as a regular expression

Thank-you Alison.

I will read through the topics supploed .

Thanks!

 

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