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[QF-Test] component naming

  • Subject: [QF-Test] component naming
  • From: "Hunt,Chuck" <CHUNT1@?.COM>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2013 18:14:43 +0000



I’m relatively new to working with QF-Test and web solutions.  In starting the automation of a new solution many of the components(Id, Name) are recorded as below.





I’m hopeful there is a way with a simple resolver to make them a little more clear.  I did spot one DIV node in the component tree that is only “ctl_ctl_g_c_afd_cd__eedfb” as the Id, Name, and Feature.  This makes me worried that searching for the string and simply removing it may cause issues with that DIV node.





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