Testing applications on multiple browsers

Web applications and Web controls may be implemented or displayed differently on different browsers.

This may affect the behavior of your tests and components, especially if you design them on one browser, and then run them on another. The run results may also differ when running the same test or component on different browsers.

Example: If properties are implemented or stored differently on different browsers, UFT may use different properties for object identification or checkpoints depending on the browser you use to open the application.

If you are aware of differences in your application's behavior on different browsers, you may be able to design your tests and components to be browser-independent by anticipating these differences.

There are a number of areas where potential issues can exist:

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