The current methodology for identifying window declarations in Microsoft Windows-based applications during a recording session
is usually successful. However, some applications may require an alternate approach of obtaining their declarations because
their window objects are invisible to the
Silk Test Recorder. You can try any of the following:
- Turning on Accessibility - use this if during a session started with the Recorder,
Silk Test Classic is unable to recognize objects within a Microsoft Windows-based application. This functionality is available only for projects
or scripts that use the Classic Agent.
- Defining a new window - use this if turning on Accessibility does not help
Silk Test Classic to recognize the objects. This functionality is available only for projects or scripts that use the Classic Agent.
- Creating a test case that uses dynamic object recognition - use this to create test cases that use XPath queries to find
and identify objects. Dynamic object recognition uses a
FindAll method to identify an object in a test case. This functionality is available only for projects or scripts that use the Open