In the testing environment XML, you define the identification properties and test object methods. If you provide the appropriate support in the Testing Agent, UFT One recognizes, learns, and records these properties and methods.
If the objects in your environment are COM objects, you can enable UFT One to access the native methods and properties of the COM run-time object as well. To support this feature, the Testing Agent must provide UFT One with the IDispatch pointer for the object.
To do this, implement the GetRunTimeObject method in the IRunTimeObjectSupplier interface. Additionally, you must include an Object property in the definitions of the relevant test object classes in the testing environment XML.
If you implement support for accessing native properties and operations (also referred to as run-time object properties and methods):
UFT One displays the native properties and operations in the Object Spy
The UFT One user can access the native operations in the Step Generator
The UFT One user can access the properties and operations using the Object property
For more information on accessing native properties and operations in UFT One, see the Micro Focus UFT One User Guide.
For more information on developing support for this feature, see: