Detected Stingray Components Page (Stingray Support Configuration Wizard)

This wizard page displays the Stingray business components it detected in your application process.

This wizard page opens if the wizard successfully identified the application executable in the Automatic Configuration Mode Page.

Important information

General information about this wizard is available here: Stingray Support Configuration Wizard.

Wizard map

Welcome Page > Support Mode Selection Page > Add Support Code Page > (Select Configuration Mode Page) > (Manual Configuration Mode Page) > (Automatic Configuration Mode Page) > (Detected Stingray Components Page) > (Finish Page) > (Detection Failure Page)

See also

Setting Up Stingray Object Support

User interface elements are described below:

UI Elements

Description

<Stingray business components>

The Objective Grid and Objective Toolkit that the wizard detected in your application.

If, in the previous screen, you pointed to a non-Stingray application, or to a Stingray application whose business components UFT could not detect, a warning message displays stating that UFT failed to detect the Stingray business components in your application.

UFT may fail to detect business components of a Stingray application for several reasons, for example:

  • The application may be statically linked to Stingray libraries, preventing the wizard from identifying the version of the Stingray libraries. In this case, click Back twice and select Manual configuration to configure Stingray support manually. For details, see Manual Configuration Mode Page (Stingray Support Configuration Wizard) .
  • The application may be statically linked to the Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) libraries. In this case, click Back three times and select Precompiled Agent. For details, see Add Support Code Page (Stingray Support Configuration Wizard) .
  • The selected Stingray version may not be supported by the Stingray Add-in, or may be slightly different from the officially supported versions.

    If you need to work with a Stingray version that is not supported, contact HPE Software Support, who may be able to provide you with a support agent for your specific version.