Web 2.0 Add-ins

Use the Web 2.0 Add-ins to test HTML user-interface objects (controls) in Web 2.0 environments.

The Web 2.0 Add-ins include the following:

  • ASP .NET AJAX

  • Dojo

  • Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

  • jQueryUI

  • Siebel Open UI

  • EXT-JS

  • Yahoo User Interface (Yahoo UI)

The following tables summarize basic information about the Web 2.0 Add-ins and how they relates to some commonly-used aspects of UFT.

General Information

Add-in Type

Much of the functionality of these add-ins is the same as other Web add-ins. These add-ins extend the capabilities of the Web Add-in functionalities.

Supported Environments

For details on supported Web 2.0 toolkits and versions, see the Unified Functional Testing Product Availability Matrix.

Test Object Methods and Properties

The Web 2.0 Add-ins provide test objects, methods, and properties that can be used when testing objects in Web applications. For details, see the relevant toolkit section in the Web 2.0 toolkits section of the UFT Object Model Reference for GUI Testing.

Known Issues Known Issues - Web 2.0 Add-ins

Prerequisites

Opening Your Application

You must open UFT before opening your Web application.

Add-in Dependencies

You must have the Web Add-in installed and loaded.

Other Important Information for SiebelOpenUI users
  • When working with SiebelOpenUI objects, load the Web Add-in and the SiebelOpenUI Add-in, but do not load the Siebel Add-in.

    If you load both the Siebel and the SiebelOpenUI add-ins, the add-ins sometimes conflict with each other, and prevent successful object recognition.

  • In order to enable UFT to run tests for SiebelOpenUI objects, you must associate a special function library with your test.

    This function library is found at <UFT installation folder>\dat\Extensibility\Web\Toolkits\SiebelOpenUI\Function Libraries\SiebelOpenUI.qfl.

    You can set this function library as the default function library in the Resources pane in the Test Settings dialog box.

Other Important Information for EXT-JS users

In order to enable UFT to run tests for EXT-JS objects, you must associate a special function library with your test.

This function library is found at <UFT installation folder>\dat\Extensibility\Web\Toolkits\ExtJS\Function Libraries\ExtJS.qfl.

You can set this function library as the default function library in the Resources pane in the Test Settings dialog box.

Configuration

Configuration Options

Use the Web pane.

(Make sure that a GUI test is open and select Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Web > General node.)

Record and Run Settings

Use the Web tab. (Record > Record and Run Settings)

Test Settings)

Use the Web pane (File > Settings > Web pane).

Custom Active Screen Capture Settings

Use the Web section (Tools > Options > GUI Testing tab > Active Screen node > Custom Level).

Application Area Additional Settings

Use the Web pane.

In the application area, select Additional Settings > Web in the sidebar.

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