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how qtp identify two objects having same name, supose 
objects are in same page also with same name,specify spl 
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# 1
This is the SPL feature for this problem.

QuickTest can use the following types of ordinal
identifiers to identify an object:

Index. Indicates the order in which the object appears in
the application code relative to other objects with an
otherwise identical description. For more information, see
Identifying an Object Using the Index Property.
Location. Indicates the order in which the object appears
within the parent window, frame, or dialog box relative to
other objects with an otherwise identical description. For
more information, see Identifying an Object Using the
Location Property.
CreationTime. (Browser object only.) Indicates the order in
which the browser was opened relative to other open
browsers with an otherwise identical description. For more
information, see Identifying an Object Using the
CreationTime Property.
Is This Answer Correct ?    16 Yes 0 No
Sudheer 4m Mphasis
# 2
BY using index property u can define the same objects 
Is This Answer Correct ?    11 Yes 1 No
# 3
QTP identify the objects by logical name and class but
smart identification mechanism is used for identified the
object from object repository
in this situation QTP uses ordinal identifier Concept
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 3 No
# 4
you have to enter to the rep and find the object
then check the propertoes
and you have to add index property there
in both objects with the same name
and for descriptive you have to include the index:= and the
number of index of the object
within the object descrioption
basically the index is what can help you identifying the
correct one
Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 0 No
Jayant Naikwade
# 5
objects ar identify by qtp through their logical name and
class we can use smart identification to recognise object
which is not normally recognised by qtp in normal process

do.send answer correct me i m wronge
Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 6 No

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