This functionality is supported only if you are using the Classic Agent. For additional information, refer to the Silk Test Classic Classic Agent Help.
You can suppress the controls for certain classes for .NET, Java SWT, and Windows API-based applications. For example, you might want to ignore container classes to streamline your test cases. Ignoring these unnecessary classes simplifies the object hierarchy and shortens the length of the lines of code in your test scripts and functions. Container classes or ‘frames’ are common in GUI development, but may not be necessary for testing.
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To suppress specific controls: