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com.hp.lft.sdk.ReplayObjectNotFoundException (v14.01.2556.0)

com.hp.lft.sdk.ReplayObjectNotFoundException: Cannot identify the object "WinForms Window".
Verify that this object's properties match an object currently displayed in your application.
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.ReplayExceptionFactory$1.create(ReplayExceptionFactory.java:34)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.ReplayExceptionFactory.createOrDefault(ReplayExceptionFactory.java:197)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.ReplayExceptionFactory.createOrDefault(ReplayExceptionFactory.java:21)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.TestObjectExecuterBehaviorBase$ReplayErrorHandler.onError(TestObjectExecuterBehaviorBase.java:65)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.CommunicationClientImpl.handleError(CommunicationClientImpl.java:221)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.CommunicationClientImpl.send(CommunicationClientImpl.java:96)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.TestObjectExecuterBehavior.executeMethod(TestObjectExecuter.java:33)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.TestObjectBase.executeMethod(TestObjectBase.java:119)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.winforms.WinFormsWindow.access$1200(WinFormsWindow.java:13)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.winforms.WinFormsWindow$13.invoke(WinFormsWindow.java:166)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.TestObjectOperationWrapper.executeWithEvents(TestObjectOperationWrapper.java:81)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.TestObjectOperationWrapper.executeWithEvents(TestObjectOperationWrapper.java:102)
at com.hp.lft.sdk.internal.winforms.WinFormsWindow.activate(WinFormsWindow.java:169)


The Object repository is very unstable.. Some times it identifies the objects some times it doesn't. Request your help

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Re: com.hp.lft.sdk.ReplayObjectNotFoundException (v14.01.2556.0)



Your post is lacking a lot of information.

From the call stack I guess you are trying to activate a WinForms window object, What are the identification properties you have used to describe this test object in the AppModel?

Could you spy on it and see what are the recommended properties?

Could you try to identify a difference in the state of your system in cases where LeanFT successfully identifies the window as opposed to when it fails?




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