I am tring to use the find method to click on an object. My alias mapping is: Aliases.displayQt.UpgradeDialog.QtObject("QWidget", "", 2).QtObject("LocalNav::CenterButton", "", 1).QtObject("reject_button")
QtObject("reject_button") has a property of Name and a value of QtObject("reject_button")
I am trying to do something like:
However, this is not working and it's saying that the object doesn't exsist. How do I use this function?
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I got it to work
Quite honestly, I would not use the "Name" property to find the object. I'd use combination of "ObjectType" and "ObjectIdentifier" or perhaps other sets of properties. The "Name" property is a construct of TestComplete's object tree.
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It's great to hear that the issue was resolved! Could you please post the cause you've found? I think it may be helpful for someone in the future.
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