Stingray Add-in

The following tables summarize basic information about the Stingray Add-in and how it relates to some commonly-used aspects of UFT One.

General Information

Add-in Type

This is a Windows-based add-in. Much of its functionality is the same as other Windows-based add-ins.

Supported Environments

The UFT One Stingray Add-in recognizes and records on supported Stingray Objective Grid and Stingray Objective Toolkit controls. For details on supported Stingray environments, see the Stingray Add-in section of the UFT One Support Matrix.

Test Object Methods and Properties

The Stingray Add-in uses a sub-set of the standard Windows test objects, methods, and properties, which can be used when testing objects (controls) in Stingray applications. For details, see the Stingray section of the UFT One Object Model Reference for GUI Testing.

Known issues Known Issues - Stingray Add-in


Opening Your Application

You can open your Stingray application before or after opening UFT One.

Add-in Dependencies



You must configure the Stingray Add-in to work with your application. See Set up Stingray object support.



Stingray Support Configuration Wizard

Configuration Options

  • Use the Stingray pane.
    (Make sure that a GUI test is open and select Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Stingray node.)

  • Use the Windows Applications pane.
    (Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab >Windows Applications node)

Record and Run Settings

Use the Windows Applications tab.
(Record > Record and Run Settings)

  • In addition to the settings in the Record and Run Settings dialog box, you must also configure UFT One to recognize your Stingray applications in the Stingray pane of the Options dialog box (Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Stingray node). For details, see Stingray Pane (Options Dialog Box > GUI Testing Tab).

  • If you select the Record and Run only on radio button in the Record and Run Settings dialog box, the settings also apply to (limit) the applications that are recognized for Object Spy and other pointing hand operations.

Custom Active Screen Capture Settings

Use the Windows applications section.
(Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Active Screen node > Custom Level)

Application Area Additional Settings

Use the Applications pane.
In the application area, click Additional Settings > Applications in the sidebar.

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