I've enabled the browser agent as instructed for LeanFT, but I am still not seeing any web objects. The Object Identification center is only showing StdWin objects, etc. I checked my browser version, and I'm using IE 10, so that should be supported.
Answer by Rich Text · Aug 21, 2015 at 02:14 PM
Most likely what happened is that you didn't restart the LeanFT engine after enabling the browser agent. You want to treat the opening order similar to that of UFT. Make sure that you start LeanFT first and that the LeanFT is started and active (it can sometimes take a minute for it to be fully active, I've noticed). Once that is done, then you can start your browser.
I have noticed a quirk using with web object identification while I'm using Eclipse, but haven't tested it yet fully to see what's causing it. If I open IE after LeanFT is open and active, I am able to see web objects. If I launch the browser programmatically with LeanFT, after it executes, I can no longer identify web objects. I'm waiting to hear back from HP as to if this is by design or a bug.
Answer by Abqurah · Feb 05, 2016 at 02:40 PM
Any solution provided by HP? I too have the same issue , that is if I launch the browser programmatically with LeanFT, the objects are not identified after the launch step is executed . Displays 'Object not visible' exception. I am using LeanFT with eclipse.
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