This pane enables you to modify how UFT One records and runs tests or business components on Windows-based applications.
Select Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Windows Applications > Advanced node.
For advanced Windows-based application testing information, intended for users with expertise in the Win32 API and the Windows messages model, see Advanced Windows-based application testing.
|Windows Applications > General Pane (Options Dialog Box > GUI Testing Tab)
User interface elements are described below:
|Object Identification node
|Always enumerate child windows (may affect performance)
Instructs UFT One to enumerate all child windows when recording a running a test or business component.
This option is cleared by default and should be used only when an object cannot otherwise be identified, because it may significantly affect performance.
|Use UI Automation by Default
Instructs UFT One to use UI Automation mode for object identification (instead of standard object identification).
This mode applies to spying and learning objects, as well as adding checkpoints and output values.
If this option is cleared, the default technology is used to identify or capture the object, such as Standard Windows.
|Record Settings node
Defines record settings for button objects:
Defines record settings for Windows-based list objects (for example, WinList, WinListView, and VbList):
Defines record settings for menu objects:
Defines record settings for objects recognized as WinObject test objects:
Defines record settings for tab objects:
Defines record settings for toolbar objects:
Defines record settings for tree view objects:
Defines record settings for window objects:
Defines record settings for operations performed on the keyboard:
Defines record settings for utility objects:
Record SystemUtil.Run commands. Specifies whether UFT One records SystemUtil.Run commands when you open an application during a recording session.
This option is selected by default.
|Run Settings node
Defines run settings for Edit objects:
Use replay timeout for UI Automation-based tests. Instructs UFT One to use a timeout interval to simulate user input when running a test with UI Automation support. Select or clear the checkbox to use the interval.
This option applies to all UI Automation objects.
Describes the selected option.
Resets all options in the pane to their default values.