However, as you can see there, R&D opinion is that QTP/UFT debug capability is designed to be performed via the IDE while execution from ALM purpose is to run and manage the test execution and results.
Possible workarounds are:
- Once the test is paused it can be continued using Step into and Step over options from the Debug menu; or
- by pressing F10 and F11 that are representing them.
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Re: When test is 'PAUSED' in UFT, a message box 'The corresponding file doesn't exist' pop's up
I am having almost the same problem.
My script, Object Repository, and Function Library is uploaded in ALM. When I open my script and do a "Right-Click > Go To Definition" on a function coded in the Function Library it gives me the same Message "The corresponding file doesn't exist".
Also as an added note, I do the same thing within the said Function Library. I "Go to Definition" on a function and it is still giving me the error message.
This doesn't happen if the Function Library is mapped locally.