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From "VictorB (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (FLEX-34217) Upgraded Flex application from SDK 3.0 to SDK 4.5, QuickTest (QTP) 11.0 no longer identifies column names in FlexDataGrid
Date Wed, 09 Apr 2014 20:51:14 GMT
VictorB created FLEX-34217:
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             Summary: Upgraded Flex application from SDK 3.0 to SDK 4.5, QuickTest (QTP) 11.0
no longer identifies column names in FlexDataGrid
                 Key: FLEX-34217
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLEX-34217
             Project: Apache Flex
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: mx: DataGrid
    Affects Versions: Adobe Flex SDK 4.5 (Release)
         Environment: Windows 7
            Reporter: VictorB
         Attachments: QTP Spy for Flex3.jpg, QTP Spy for Flex45.jpg

Using:
QuickTest Professional 11.0
Flex Automation Plug-in for QuickTest Professional 4.5
Flex SDK 4.5
IE 9.0
Windows 7

We were testing a Flex application that was using SDK 3.0.  When QTP spied on the column header
contained in a FlexDataGrid, the column header was identified as a FlexListLabel object and
the automationname property contained a string made up of the column names.

     Example:  automationname="[Exception Date] | [*Securities*]"
          where 'Exception Date' and 'Securities' are the column names in the grid.

We have another build of the same Flex application, in our test environment, that is using
SDK 4.5.
In this build, the automationname of the column header no longer contains the column names,
instead it contains the data in the first row of the grid.  I have made sure, that I am spying
on a column name.

No changes were made to the code of the Flex application, we only moved from SDK 3 to SDK
4.5

Is this a known issue?
Is there anything that our Developers need to do to allow for column header to be identified
again by QTP?

We have custom functions that verify and input data into FlexDataGrids based on the columns.
 These functions made use of the fact that column names were contained in the automationname
property of the first FlexListLabel within the FlexDataGrid.

Sample QTP Script Used in Function:
'Retrieve column headers
ColHeaders = objGrid.FlexListLabel("micclass:=FlexListLabel", "index:=0").GetROProperty ("automationname")
arryColNames = Split(ColHeaders, "|")






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