Utility Objects

The Utility Objects section describes the global UFT One reserved objects. Reserved objects are not learned or stored in the object repository. Reserved objects enable you to retrieve or control UFT One settings or to modify UFT One behavior during a run session.

Note: In addition to the global reserved objects listed in this Utility Objects section, UFT One has some environment-specific reserved objects. These objects are described in the relevant sections of the UFT One Object Model Reference. For example, the SystemUtil and Desktop objects are described in the Standard Windows section.

The following utility statements help you control your test.