When do we need to install web2addinsetup
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I suspect not having web2addinsetup installed is contributing to some of the automation problems we are having with SharePoint Modern Experience.

Can anyone shed some light on why this needs to be installed and what Web 2.0 needs are installed with the standard installation?

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Asked on May 22, 2018 6:36 pm
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You work with a Web 2.0 toolkit add-in much the same way as you work with the regular Web Add-in. When the toolkit support is loaded, you can learn, record, create checkpoints, run steps, and use all standard UFT functionality on controls from these toolkits.

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:



**Google Web Toolkit (GWT)**


**Siebel Open UI**


**Yahoo User Interface (Yahoo UI)**

Once above ''toolkit add-ins'' are installed, such can be enabled/loaded and/or disabled/unloaded from the ''Add-in Manager'' dialog, under ''Web'' add-in.

***Locate and install from the Web 2.0 toolkit add-ins :***

Starting QuickTest Professional 11 and Unified Functional Testing, the Web 2.0 Toolkit Support is included as a separate installation setup within the installation files, under:

Extensibility and ToolkitsWeb2AddinSetupWeb2AddinSetup.exe

The HP Extensibility Accelerator for Functional Testing 2.0 setup (includes Web Add-in Extensibility SDK) can be found on the QTP installation files under:

Extensibility and ToolkitsExtAccToolENsetup.exe

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