This wizard page displays a screen capture test if you selected Emulator supports HLLAPI in the Configure HLLAPI Properties page. This test enables you to determine whether UFT One accurately identifies your terminal emulator screen.
Check that the screen capture test is correct for your currently selected terminal emulator, and that all the text is correctly identified and displayed.
Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard Welcome Page > Specify Wizard Operation Page > Emulator Setup Page > Configure HLLAPI Properties Page > HLLAPI Configuration Test Page) > Configure Emulator Classes Page > Configure Emulator Screen Settings Page > Completing the Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard Page
For details on copying an existing configuration, see Copy existing terminal emulator configurations.
If the wizard does not display the text correctly, or if the HLLAPI configuration test fails:
Click Back. Before repeating the test:
- Make sure your emulator is connected to the host and the short name for the session is set to the uppercase letter A.
- Check that the settings you entered in the Configure HLLAPI Properties Page are accurate (DLL path, procedure, format).
Make sure that the HLLAPI .dll file you specified in the DLL path is not in use by UFT One or another application.
If the .dll file is currently in use by another application, click Cancel to close the wizard, close the application using the DLL, and restart the wizard.
If the .dll file is currently in use by UFT One, select a different emulator and create a new test. Then reopen the wizard and modify the original configuration as required.
- If the display is still not correct, click Back and, in the Configure HLLAPI Properties page, change the HLLAPI format to Text-only. Use the Text-only option if you are working with a VT protocol, or if you have begun working in UFT One and encountered problems with recording and running tests or business components. For details, see Configure HLLAPI Properties Page.
If the above tips do not solve the problem, click Back and, in the Configure HLLAPI Properties page, select Emulator does not support HLLAPI. For details, see Configure HLLAPI Properties Page.
Tip: If you have a good understanding of your emulator, you may be able to solve any problems you experience by adjusting the configuration settings. For details, see Manage terminal emulator configuration settings.