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Understanding the web test object model in HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT)

The meaning of the following script line should be obvious to anyone using HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT):

 

                Browser("B").Page("P").Link("L").Click

 

It says “Click link "L" on page "P" of the browser "B"

 

Continue reading to find out why UFT’s designers decided to represent browsers and browser objects in this way.

 

This post was written by Motti Lanzkron, from the HP UFT R&D team.

 

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