Make Sure that Test Object Configuration File Information Matches Custom Server Information

Make sure that the information you define in the test object configuration file exactly matches the corresponding information defined in the .NET Custom Server DLL or control definition files. For example, the test object method names must be exactly the same in both locations. Otherwise, the methods will appear to be available (for example, when using the statement completion feature) but they will not work, and, if used, the run session will fail. In addition, the custom control name specified in the test object configuration file must be the same as the name specified in the .NET Add-in Extensibility configuration file.