Gan-Orgil Respected Contributor.
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UFT 14.03

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Hi guys. 

I want to know about If UFT can record Windows actions. Such as: 1. copies text on webpage 2. open notepad 3. paste text into notepad 4. saves it etc. 

If it is possible> Can uft script record and run continously on both web and windows application in one action? 

Thank you 

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liorde Honored Contributor.
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Hi there,

You can simoultaneously run on windows and web applcations, provided you are loading UFT with the proper ADd-Ins (example: web and .Net or WPF, etc...)

You can run notepad sessions, please look at *systemutil* command.

Regarding the web , well it is quite straight forward. For basic actions just record something and verify it replays.

For clipboard activities, please look at *devicereplay* objects.

 

Hope this helps.

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liorde Honored Contributor.
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Hi there,

You can simoultaneously run on windows and web applcations, provided you are loading UFT with the proper ADd-Ins (example: web and .Net or WPF, etc...)

You can run notepad sessions, please look at *systemutil* command.

Regarding the web , well it is quite straight forward. For basic actions just record something and verify it replays.

For clipboard activities, please look at *devicereplay* objects.

 

Hope this helps.

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Gan-Orgil Respected Contributor.
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Thank you. 

Have a nice day. 

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