07-11-2014 05:56 AM
When the test is paused, UFT is not taking me to the appropriate library file where it is currently executing. Instead it just pop's up this information message with
'OK' button - 'The corresponding file doesn't exist'.
The test actually does pause, but couldn't find the current line of execution.
My test is located locally and all the associated library files are in ALM.
07-11-2014 01:31 PM - edited 07-11-2014 01:32 PM
Hope you are doing well.
Searching information i found that this is a known problem.
An Enhancement Requests has been created for this, please find it here:
However, as you can see there, R&D opinion is that QTP/UFT debug capability is designed to be performed via the IDE while execution from ALM purpose is to run and manage the test execution and results.
Possible workarounds are:
- Once the test is paused it can be continued using Step into and Step over options from the Debug menu; or
- by pressing F10 and F11 that are representing them.
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07-14-2014 03:24 AM
Thanks for the Info.
I have already tried the workarounds that you suggested. Pressing 'F10' and 'F11' also gives me the subjected pop - up with 'OK' button on it.
However, I can debug the same test when all the resources associated with it are located locally.
Is there a way to 'Debug' when your resources are located in ALM? Please assist.
Also, it would be of great help if you could point me towards other known issues of UFT. I just recently migrated to UFT from QTP.
03-05-2015 07:36 AM
I am having almost the same problem.
My script, Object Repository, and Function Library is uploaded in ALM. When I open my script and do a "Right-Click > Go To Definition" on a function coded in the Function Library it gives me the same Message "The corresponding file doesn't exist".
Also as an added note, I do the same thing within the said Function Library. I "Go to Definition" on a function and it is still giving me the error message.
This doesn't happen if the Function Library is mapped locally.
However, when I run the script, It works fine.