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Workaround for Unsupported Qt Objects? (QTreeView)

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JSM90
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Workaround for Unsupported Qt Objects? (QTreeView)

Hi,


I’m testing a Qt application though I’m having issues with objects that use unsupported Qt controls which is causing the application to crash, I was wondering if you could suggest an alternative workaround?


The main issue I’ve experienced so far is with clicking items within objects using the QtClassName: QTreeView. Using something as simple as the ClickItem() method to select an item is causing the application to crash.


If you have any suggestions or advice on how I can approach testing the object using QTreeView it would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Jamie

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Marsha_R
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Here's an article that may help:

https://smartbear-cc.force.com/portal/KbArticleViewer?name=Work-with-a-QTreeView-control&sp=testcomp...


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sonya_m
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Thank you, Marsha!

Is the article helpful for your case @JSM90 ?


Sonya Mihaljova
Community and Education Specialist

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