I am running RFT 8.5 on Windows 7. I do most of my testing in Chrome, which works fine, but I also need to do some testing with Internet Explorer. I have IE10, and I'm having a lot of trouble getting RFT to recognize it. I do have it enabled as a test environment and clicking the test button in the Enable Environments window results in a successful test every time.
Here is the method I have been using to get my BrowserTestObjects. (not sure how to format it as code, hopefully this works)
I don't understand why this method won't also work for IE10. It used to work with IE8 back when I was running Windows XP. When I record a script in IE10, I can see that it has a .class property of Html.HtmlBrowser. Yet RFT fails to find it when I search for that property. The object inspector doesn't recognize anything in IE10, except for the window frame at the top, which has a .class property of IEFrame. Searching by this property does work, but trying to cast it to a BrowserTestObject throws a class cast exception, I think because it is only the window and not the actual browser object.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!