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What is custom object .what it contains.
Difference between custom & standard objects.
 Question Submitted By :: Silk-Test
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Answer
# 1
Most of the development environments has their built-in set
of GUI controls, these are called as standard objects. For
most of the standard controls of supported technologies
SilkTest has mapped classes. While developing any
application developer may create a new GUI control these
controls are called as custom object. As it is a user
created control SilkTest do not have a mapped class for it,
therefore these type of controls will be identified as
Custom window (Custom objects) by SilkTest.
 
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Manoj R
 
Answer
# 2
This answer is correct for WR
This Question is For SilkTest.Please tell me the answer for
this question.
 
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# 3
Winrunner has default GUI objects like Windows,
PushButton , Check box etc., these objects are called as
standard objects. This objects can automatically learn by
winrunner from our application.

Some applications use new objects other than winrunner
standard objects. Those are called as custom objects. These
should be mapped to the comparable standard GUI objects by
using GUI map configuration to identify by winrunner.

To treat bitmap objects as push button(GUI object) , we
have to define that bitmap as a virtual object by using
virtual object wizard. Then this bitmap is calles virtual
push button. Like wise we can create virtual radio button ,
lists , tables etc.
 
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Praveen
 

 
 
 
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