Unable to map object created from Style
Is there any way from TC that can overcome this problem? Without able to map the object, we can't click on them.
Step to reproduce:
1. Run the Exe found WpfApplication2\bin\Debug , WpfApplication2.exe.
2. Click the button “Button Me”, a dialog window will popup.
3. This dialog window UI coding is a reduced version from the Select From List.
4. Using TestComplete tool, many various inner controls cannot be selected/highlighted.
Kindly advise. Thanks!
Just an idea: doesn't the approach from the "Support for Composite WPF Controls" help topic work for you?
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No, the Help file doesn't help because in our way of testing, we have a framework that we need to pick out the object reference from the application window so that the framework will take action on the particular object.
Our issue now is that we are unable to highlight the object within the window in order to get the object reference of the individual object.
We have all the needed plugins installed.
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