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This section describes troubleshooting and limitations for Extensibility Accelerator.
If you imported your toolkit support set from another computer, the XML file might be referencing the schema file in an incorrect location.
Check the reference to the
.xsd file at the beginning of your XML file (in the xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation attribute of the TypeInformation element).
If the reference is incorrect, do one of the following:
Manually correct the reference to refer to the
.xsd file in the correct location (in the
<Extensibility Accelerator installation>\dat folder).
Remove the reference line, save the file and reopen it. Extensibility Accelerator inserts a reference to the correct schema file.
The test object class designer for the test object class whose XML section you are modifying is open. (Relevant when adding comments manually. For example, if you want to add comments related to the GWTPushButton test object in the XML editor, you must also open the GWTPushButton test object class designer.)
The comments appear directly before the opening tag of an element. However, comments before the following element types are not supported:
In the test object configuration file: Description, AdditionalInfo, Documentation, IdentificationProperties.
In the toolkit configuration file: Controls, Methods, HTMLTags, Settings, Variable (within a Controls\Settings element).
If you import a support set with XML files containing comments that are not supported, the comments are not included in the Extensibility Accelerator project's XML files. If you add such comments manually to an existing XML file in the XML editor, the comments are discarded.
In Extensibility Accelerator, Name edit boxes support only English letters, numeric characters, hyphens, and underscores, and must begin with a letter. Property names can contain spaces in addition to these characters.
If you enter unsupported characters in an edit box, they are ignored.
If you import a support set with an XML file that contains these, or you add such elements manually to an existing XML file in an Extensibility Accelerator project, those elements are deleted from the XML file.
Workaround: Document argument descriptions in the Description element inside the Operation element. However, keep in mind that the operation description is displayed in UFT tooltips.
Context-sensitive Help (opened by pressing F1) is not supported for generic Visual Studio IDE when you are not connected to the Internet.
F1 is not supported for the Project Explorer window and the Control Selection dialog box.