What is the OIC in UFT 15.0.2?
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I noticed there is something called OIC object identification center in UFT. Is this like object spy?

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According to MicroFocus:



UFT One 15.0.2 introduces the Object Identification Center (OIC) as a technical preview. Enjoy a new object-spying experience with this new spying tool, currently provided alongside the existing Object Spy.

Like the Object Spy, the OIC displays a test object's hierarchy and properties, and enables you to drag objects into your test or add them to object repositories.


In addition, it provides new capabilities:

  • Spying on multiple objects, as well as adding multiple objects from the OIC to your test or to object repositories.
  • Modifying the test object's description properties within the OIC to customize the object's identification.
  • Adding objects to external object repositories that are not associated to the current test.

See Use the Object Identification Center.

The OIC is now the default spying tool. To view an object's native properties and methods, use the Object Spy: Click the down arrow near the Object Identification Center  toolbar button and select the Object Spy ."

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