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document Web Controls Not Displayed in QA Wizard Pro Preview Screenshots
Problem A web application control selected in the QA Wizard Pro application repository is either not displayed in the screenshot image in the Preview pane or the red box that highlights controls is displayed in a blank area below the image. Cause During recording, QA Wizard Pro captures...
07 Jun, 2017
document QA Wizard Pro OpenRecordsetQuery Statements Using SQL Queries with Single Quotes Do Not Work
Problem Using the QA Wizard Pro OpenRecordsetQuery statement with a SQL query argument that contains single quotes does not work and a syntax error is returned. Cause SQL queries require single quotation marks with a Unicode value of 0096 (decimal). The single quote characters used in...
07 Jun, 2017
document Testing .NET Windows Forms Applications with QA Wizard Pro
QA Wizard Pro recognizes .NET Windows Forms controls uniquely, which helps you record and run tests without spending extra time setting up the testing environment or the application repository. During recording, QA Wizard captures the following .NET Windows Forms control properties. These...
07 Jun, 2017
document Changing the Global Repository Data Directory and Port
Note: This information only applies to QA Wizard Pro 2011.0 and earlier. By default, the QA Wizard Pro application repository data is saved in [drive]:\QAWRepository, where [drive] is the drive letter of the installation path. For example, if you installed the product in C:\Program...
23 Dec, 2014
document Cannot Connect to a QA Wizard Pro Global Repository Hosted on Windows Vista
Problem If the QA Wizard Pro global repository server is hosted on Windows Vista and the server computer is locked, computers connected to the global repository are disconnected after a period of time. QA Wizard Pro cannot reconnect to the global repository server, even after clicking the...
07 Jun, 2017
document Differentiating Applications with the Same Name in QA Wizard Pro Application Repositories
Problem The following warning is displayed when running a QA Wizard Pro script: 'Local and global repository entries were found for 'application name'. The local repository was used.' Cause The application the script accesses has the same name in the local and global application...
07 Jun, 2017
document QA Wizard Pro Ports
QA Wizard Pro communicates via TCP/IP using the following default port numbers. You can change the port for security reasons or if another application uses it. QA Wizard Pro Server Communicates with the global application repository and status tool Default port: 8002 To change the...
04 May, 2017
document Upgrades Fail on Computers Running AVG 9.0
There are known issues when upgrading QA Wizard Pro on computers running AVG 9.0. Before you upgrade, disable AVG 9.0 and then re-enable it after the upgrade is completed.
23 Dec, 2014
document 611 Error When Testing Applications Using Microsoft Active Accessibility
Problem The following error is returned when recording QA Wizard Pro scripts or populating the application repository for applications that use Microsoft Active Accessibility: 'Error communicating with the target application: [611].' Cause A known Visual Basic 6 issue occurs when an...
23 Dec, 2014
document Using Multiple Applications in a QA Wizard Pro Script
You can use more than one application or running process to perform steps in a single QA Wizard Pro script. For example, if a script tests an application that generates output, you may want to add the output to another application before the script finishes. You can use script control statements...
07 Jun, 2017

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