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There are some queries which we commonly see about JQuery.
To first talk about JQuery , there are two things : 1 ) jQuery 2 ) jQuery UI
Now regarding support for it in QTP/UFT :
jQuery based library is not a User Interface (UI) library and QTP support depends on which library is used in the application. Our current solution is to use Web Extensibility Accelerator that can help to develop your own support.
For Example: QTP does not have out-of-box support for Ajax application developed by JQuery.
There are Enhancement requests submitted to our R&D for supporting applications developed in conjunction with JQuery in QTP.
Enhancement ID: QCCR1J15219: Support fot Ajax application which is developed by jQuery.
Enhancement ID: QCCR1J14819: Telerik and JQuery controls
You can track the progress of the enhancement requests using the following link:
As per jQueryUI toolkit (http://jqueryui.com/), UFT 11.5 provides built-in Web Add-in Extensibility support for it. The support for this toolkit is packaged as a child add-in of the Web Add-in. If you install the Web 2.0 Toolkit Support, you can load this support by selecting the JQueryUI toolkit in the Add-in Manager. The Web 2.0 Toolkit Support Setup is available from the Add-in Extensibility and Web 2.0 Toolkits option in the UFT 11.5 setup.
The version of jQueryUI toolkit supported with UFT 11.5 is 1.8.16