Posted: 17 Aug 2017 13:31 EDT Last activity: 6 Nov 2018 20:02 EST
Interrogating Web Application
I am attempting to interrogate a windows application, but Pega is not able to interrogate the textboxes within the app. When I try to interrogate the textboxes, Pega instead highlights the window of the app and labels it as "Control". I tried interrogating other sections of the app but get the same result. I've attached an image.
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I highlighted all the controls that I am able to (some did not show the highlight option), but it did not highlight the textboxes. It is a Windows Application built in Windows 95. The factories matching in the object explorer are ActiveXFactory, MicrosoftHTMLFactory, and WinInetFactory.
Hmm that is pretty old. You may need to open a Support Request to request Support for that application. It most likely isn't supported. Support's next step here will be to load Process Explorer (a Microsoft Utility) onto the machine and check what DLLs the application is loading to find more specifically about what technology is being used. If you could find that information out then it could be more accurately said if it is supported or not.
Yes, Sasnt is correct. The option to see the dlls is under View --> Lower Pane --> Dlls ... or something like that. Also you can drag the little target icon onto the application frame and it will automatically locate which process it is.