Unable to use Application.FindFormTitle using C#

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Unable to use Application.FindFormTitle using C#

Post by sukumar » Wed Mar 23, 2016 2:47 pm

I'm unable to use "Application.FindFormTitle(...)" in C# code. Please help me with proper namespace to be used in my WPF application Test automation project

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Re: Unable to use Application.FindFormTitle using C#

Post by Support Team » Wed Mar 23, 2016 11:19 pm

The API method you refer to is no longer available since Ranorex 2.0 (released 7 years ago, the current version is 5.4), it was only provided in Ranorex 1.X versions.
Since version 2.0 Ranorex uses a very different approach to search for elements, namely RanoreXPath. Please refer to the Ranorex User Guide and the API documentation on how to search for elements.

I'm really curious how you got to know that "ancient" API method. Can you shed some light on that? :D

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Re: Unable to use Application.FindFormTitle using C#

Post by sukumar » Thu Mar 24, 2016 4:43 am

How can I find devexpress grid and it's rows and columns in Visual studio 2013 using C#.net code after taking references of latest ranorex version.
Also additionally if there is combo box or multiselect combo box column in devexpress grid how can I identify that grid and retrieve the values from that multiselect combo box column upon user selection.
Kindly clarify the same in Visual studio 2013 using C#.net code with ranorex references.

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Re: Unable to use Application.FindFormTitle using C#

Post by odklizec » Thu Mar 24, 2016 8:02 am

Already answered here...
http://www.ranorex.com/forum/post37033.html#p37033

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