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UFT support tip: How to determine if the Stingray agent is compiled into the application


As stated in the Stingray add-in readme file, there are two ways to compile the agent into your application.

The old method, using the wr_agent.cpp file, creates a seamless window which communicates between the application under test (AUT) and WinRunner. If the AUT uses this method, you can use the Microsoft Spy++ tool, which comes with Microsoft Visual Studio, to find the window.
1. Start Spy++.
2. Go to Search -> Find Window.
3. Delete the entries in each of the fields and enter "YesodGridiLAtzanHalonot" into the Class field.
4. Click <OK>.

If this window exists, the application was compiled with the agent.

However, if the application was compiled with the new agent, using the subclass method, no window is created. The only way to know if the agent was compiled is to ask the vendor.



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