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I started working with QTP 11.0 a few days back. I am trying to write a small script to pass the test cases(with steps) in the Test Lab module of hp QC 10.00.

But while adding objects in the object repository, I am not able to uniquely identify the Test Lab module from the Test Plan/ any other module. QTP is unable to differentiate between all the buttons. Smart Identification is disabled by default.

Please suggest any workaround. Any way to make it possible for QTP to identify the diff Buttons, Tabs.

Note: I can run QC 10.00 either as a desktop application or directly from IE 9. Hope it helps.

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Are you saying you are recording QC interface as a web application from QTP ?? Can you please elaborate more on what exactly you want ?

From the first sentence what I can understand is you want to integrate QC with QTP and run the script which will update QC test cases Status, if this you want then you have to provide Test Lab exact path of QC and connect QC project with QTP and there is a script available (I can share that) to run test from QTP and update QC status.

If above is not the case, then please elaborate.

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Not 100% sure what you are asking, but it sounds like you are wanting to use QTP to automate Quality Center (so an automated test to use the manual tool?).

One problem you might be seeing is that QTP doesn't recognize objects in a browser that was opened before QTP started running. So it may help to close down QTP and all your browsers, then start QTP followed by the browser you will use for QA.

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