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In this page, you can find answers to your technical problems. If you have a question that is not found here, then please use the form in the main FAQ page and submit it.

How do I create the repository file?
Why do I need the mixed repository mode?
Can I have multiple repositories?
Why canít I define properties with spaces in the propertyís name?

How do I create the repository file?
The most preferable way to create the repository file is to use the
Repository Manager. You may also choose to edit the xml file by hand if you wish to do that.

Why do I need the mixed repository mode?
By experience, it has been observed that Quicktest usually takes a long time to identify browsers when defined by descriptive programming. An easy way overcome this is to ask Quicktest to identify the browser using its own repository and all other objects using Descriptive Programming. The mixed repository mode is the mechanism used to support this dual mode operation.

Can I have multiple Repositories?
Yes you can! To do so you have to modify the vbscript utility (the script that acts as a gateway between the XML repository and Quicktest).

Why canít I define properties with spaces in the propertyís name?
This is a limitation in the old version of the DOR Parser which has been fixed in the latest version. If you use the XML Repository Manager to edit your repository, you dont have to do anything special to handle spaces. The Repository Manager handles it for you. However if you manage the XML repository by hand-editing, then you have to encode space characters with
__XORSPACE__. For example if you want to describe an attribute pair as inner html:=some value, then the xml element for this description would be <inner_XORSPACE_html>some value</inner_XORSPACE_html>