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MageshKumar_N
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Error Number -2147467260

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HP UFT12.02
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)

We have a Test with 2 Actions. Action 2 will be called repeatedly from Action 1 based on certain conditions and we have a Recovery Scenario attached to the test. Below is the recovery scenario details.

 

Recovery Scenario Details:

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1) Triggered when Object not found.

2) Trigger Action: Function Call. Function call will just provide a external reporting functionality

3) Post Recovery: Proceed to next Action or component Iteration

 

We have a scenario that, 1 particular object not getting identified in Action 2 script which is expected one. As expected, recovery scenario getting identified. Post Recovery, Action 2 iteration is stopped and Action 1 next iteration is getting executed. But, here we are facing error. We are sure that the Function call handling the recovery operation is not causing any errors.

 

When starting Actions 1's next iteration, error number -2147467260 is getting generated and we are unable to find the root cause for this.

 

Please help us to understand about this error number. I'm sorry that the exact code cannot be posted to forums.

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Dennis_Handly
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This is the wrong company for Servers, Storage, Software, and Networking. Please use the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community:
http://community.hpe.com/t5/Unified-Functional-Testing/bd-p/sws-Fun_TEST_SF

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