Known Issues - Windows Runtime
- You cannot use the .Object property to invoke native methods for a Windows Runtime object.
- Analog recording and Low level recording are not supported for the Windows Runtime add-in.
If you modify the mandatory and assistive description properties of a Windows Runtime object in the Object Identification dialog, UFT does not recognize the modified properties when spying on or adding the same object in the same UFT session.
Workaround: Restart UFT and spy on or add the object again.
If you close a Windows Runtime application using ALT + F4 while recording, UFT does not record the application close.
Workaround: Manually add a WindowsApp.Close statement step after recording.
UFT cannot record or spy on a Windows Runtime application that is in a suspended state.
Workaround: Restart the Windows Runtime application.
UFT cannot record over applications that have a higher integrity level, such as setup programs or programs that are run as administrator.
Workaround: Run UFT as administrator if you need to record over an application with a higher integrity level.