Web Pane (Test/Business Component Settings Dialog Box / Application Area - Additional Settings Pane)

This pane provides options for recording and running tests on Web sites.

To access

Do one of the following:

  • For a test or component: Select File > Settings > Web node.

  • For an application area: Open the application area and select Additional Settings> Web in the sidebar.

Important information
  • The Web pane is available only if the Web Add-in is installed and loaded.

  • Recording events. In addition to the options in this pane, you can also configure the events you want to record for each type of Web object. For example, if you want to record events, such as moving the pointer over an object to open a sub-menu, you may need to modify your Web event configuration to recognize such events. For details, see Event recording configuration.

  • Business components. For business components, the settings displayed in this pane are read-only. To change the Web pane settings for a business component, open its associated application area and use the application area's Additional Settings > Web pane.

User interface elements are described below:

UI Element

Description

Browser navigation timeout

Sets the maximum time (in seconds) that UFT waits for a Web page to load before running a step in the test.

User name (tests only)

The user name for password-protected resources that use a standard authentication mechanism.

For details, see Advanced Authentication Dialog Box.

Password
(tests only)

The password for password-protected resources that use a standard authentication mechanism.

For details, see Advanced Authentication Dialog Box.

Advanced (tests only)

Opens the Advanced Authentication Dialog Box, which enables you to manually log in to your Web site to enable access to password-protected resources that use an advanced authentication mechanism.

Open the following when recording or running:

Define whether to use a local browser, or to connect to Mobile Center.

For details about setting up tests of Web applications on mobile devices or Mobile browser testing, including testing using the Chrome Emulator, see the Mobile Center Help.

For details on using these settings for Web applications on desktop browsers, see Set up multiple browser testing.

Define the browser to use.