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    How can I differentiate between different objects

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    When i am recording any client server application, then all objects whether it is button or text box, are identified under same generic object i.e WinObject...

    How can I differentiate between different objects?


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    Re: How can I differentiate between different objects

    It generates the script for all objects as WinObject(. but each of them can be identified by the Class or Label arguments in the WinObject function.


    If both Class and Label are same then WindowID can be used

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    Re: How can I differentiate between different objects

    Differentiate them by checking thir proerties by object identification or in Repository


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    Re: How can I differentiate between different objects

    all are the objects so that it will show like that i u want to check them u have to go for OR then u will find the fdifference


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    Re: How can I differentiate between different objects

    Just check using virtual objects. It might work


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