Relevant for: GUI tests and components
The Smart Identification dialog box enables you to configure the Smart Identification mechanism for the selected test object class.
In the Object Identification Dialog Box, select an environment and a test object class, select Enable Smart Identification, and click Configure.
By default, some test object classes already have Smart Identification configurations and others do not. Those with default configurations also have the Enable Smart Identification check box selected by default in the Object Identification Dialog Box.
To quickly jump to a property, click in the list of properties and start typing the property name.
User interface elements are described below:
|Base Filter Properties
The list of properties that UFT One learns as base filter properties for this test object class. The Smart Identification mechanism uses these properties to create a list of possible candidate objects.
|Optional Filter Properties
The list of properties that UFT One learns as optional filter properties for this test object class. The Smart Identification mechanism uses these properties in the specified order to narrow down the object candidate list to one object.
Up and Down arrows. Enable you to set the preferred order for the Optional Filter Properties list.
When UFT One uses Smart Identification, it creates a list of possible candidate objects according the Base Filter Properties, and then checks the values of the Optional Filter Properties one by one according to the order you set, until it narrows down the candidate list to one object.
Opens the Add/Remove Properties Dialog Box, enabling you to modify the list of properties learned for Smart Identification for this test object class.