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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Get Objects from Object Repository

Get Objects from Object Repository Using Object Repository Automation

'***************************************************************************
Dim RepositoryFrom
Dim ParentObject

ObjectRepositoryPath="C:\sudhakar kakunuri\Desktop\OR Automation\SampleOR.tsr"

'Creating Object Repository  utility Object
Set RepositoryFrom = CreateObject("Mercury.ObjectRepositoryUtil")

'Load Object Repository
RepositoryFrom.Load ObjectRepositoryPath

'Calling a Recursive Function
fnPrintObjectNames ParentObject

Function fnPrintObjectNames(ParentObject)

'Get Objects by parent From loaded Repository
'If parent not specified all objects will be returned

Set fTOCollection = RepositoryFrom.GetChildren(ParentObject)

    For RepObjIndex = 0 To fTOCollection.Count - 1

        'Get object by index
        Set fTestObject = fTOCollection.Item(RepObjIndex)

            'Check whether the object is having child objects
            If RepositoryFrom.GetChildren (fTestObject).count<>0 then

                print "Object Logical Name:= "&RepositoryFrom.GetLogicalName(fTestObject)

                print "**********************************************************"

                    'Get TO Properties List
                    Set PropertiesColl=fTestObject.GetTOProperties
                    
                    For pIndex=0 to PropertiesColl.count-1
    
                                'Print Property and Value
                                Set ObjectProperty=PropertiesColl.Item(pIndex)
                                print ObjectProperty.name&":="&ObjectProperty.value
                                
                    Next
                
                print "**********************************************************"

'Calling Recursive Function
                fnPrintObjectNames fTestObject

            else
            
                print "**********************************************************"
                   print "Object Logical Name:= "&RepositoryFrom.GetLogicalName(fTestObject)
                print "**********************************************************"
                    Set PropertiesColl=fTestObject.GetTOProperties
                    For pIndex=0 to PropertiesColl.count-1
                                Set ObjectProperty=PropertiesColl.item(pIndex)
                                print ObjectProperty.name&":="&ObjectProperty.value
                    Next
                
            End if
    Next

End Function

'*************************************************************************** 

If you want to get Object information from Local Object Repository then Give Object repository path as
ObjectRepositoryPath=Environment("TestDir")&\GetCurrentActionFolderName\ObjectRepository.bdb"

Here GetCurrentActionFolderName function used to get the action folder name from where the test is located.

Note:- If your getting Object information from Local Object Repository make sure that test is saved before running this script.

'*************************************************************************** 
Function GetCurrentActionFolderName()

Dim qtApp
Dim ActionIndex
Dim ActionFolderName

Set qtApp=CreateObject("QuickTest.Application")
For ActionIndex=1 to qtApp.test.Actions.count

    If Environment("ActionName")=qtApp.test.Actions(ActionIndex).name Then
        ActionFolderName="Action"&ActionIndex
        Exit For
    End If
Next

GetCurrentActionFolderName=ActionFolderName

Set qtApp=Nothing
End Function 
'*************************************************************************** 

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9 comments :

  1. "ObjectRepositoryPath=Environment("TestDir")&"\Action1\ObjectRepository.bdb"".......In this the "Action1" is hard coded....to remove that constraint...we can get the Action name as well from the built in environment variables.....

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  2. This is really good stuff, How ur able to identify that paticular object is present..like the one used ..."Mercury.objectrepoistoryutil" ????

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  3. Sudhakar Reddy KakunuriJuly 31, 2009 at 5:41 AM

    Hi sridhar,Environment("ActionName") winll not work here. Because we can change the action name but not the folder name. How ever i will update this with a solution.Can you elaborate your comment on " How ur able to identify that paticular object is present..like the one used ..."Mercury.objectrepoistoryutil" ????"Regards,Sudhakar

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  4. I mean..how do u know that there we can create a object of type Mercury.objectrepoistoryutil....from where we can get that info.....I think u have changed the Action1 to a function call...now its looking good..

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  5. Sudhakar Reddy KakunuriAugust 4, 2009 at 5:41 AM

    The source of each and every point which i have discussed in this blog is QTP help.You can find Mercury.objectrepoistoryutil in QTP help doc--> Advanced Reference.

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  6. Thanx Sudhakar....for the info...

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  7. Do we have any example on AddObject method of ObjectRepositoryUtil method???

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  8. its was amazing.i am able to read all objects

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  9. Thanks for the nice blog. The above code reads all the property name and values of my object repository. But i want to read the property of the particular object. May i know how to achieve it? May i know what is the use of 'ParentObject' in the function 'fnPrintObjectNames'. Please explain me with an small example.

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