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QTP10, .Net, Swf objects recognized as WinObjects

QTP10, .Net, Swf objects recognized as WinObjects

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I can't get QTP to recognize the objects as Swf objects.

Here is my setup:

WIN7 64Bit
QTP10 with .Net and Visual Basic add-ins (installed and launched)
Automation > Record and Run Settings > Record and run test on any open Windows-based application
The client-server application gets launched by QTP.

When I record and/or use the Spy Tool it sees all of the objects as WinObjects and NOT Swf type objects.

I have spent many hours searching msg forums and Google. I have tried many things that were suggested, still to no avail.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
SBsteve
 

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