Chapter 35

Object Identification Mechanism

All text boxes, check boxes, radio buttons, and other GUI objects are referred as an Object in UFT. UFT maps these objects to a standard UFT object class for recognizing these objects. For example, for a web-based application, text box is recognized as WebEdit and check box as WebCheckBox. If UFT does not find a standard mapping class for an object in GUI, then that object is recognized as WebElement. Table 35.1 provides information about GUI objects and its standard mapping class in UFT for some widely used objects for a web-based application.


Table 35.1 Web application objects and its standard mapping class in UFT


UFT stores the information of objects in object ...

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