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How Extensibility Accelerator Tests Your Control Mapping

After you design the mapping rules and identification function that you want UFT to use to identify the types of controls for which a specific test object class is used, you can test how this identification works. You do this in the Map to Controls Tab (Test Object Class Designer), and you do not need to have UFT installed.

The logic that Extensibility Accelerator uses when testing the rules and deciding whether to call the identification function are the same as the logic that UFT uses to identify the test object class to use for a custom Web control. For more details, see the section on teaching UFT to identify the test object class to use for a custom Web control in the Micro Focus UFT  Web Add-in Extensibility Developer Guide.

Considerations when testing your JavaScript identification function: