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Rename QTP Actions

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To rename an action in the Rename Action dialog box:

  1. In the Keyword View, select the call to the action you want to rename and select Edit > Action > Rename Action. In the Expert View, display the action that you want to rename and select Edit > Action > Rename Action. The Rename Action dialog box opens.

    Renaming Actions
  2. Enter a new name for the action in the New name box. Make sure that action name is unique within the test, does not begin or end with a space, does not exceed 1023 characters, and does not contain the following characters:  \ / : * ? " < > | % ' ! { }

  3. Click OK to save the change.

    Tip: You can also press Shift + F2 to open the Rename Action dialog box.

To rename an action in the Action Properties dialog box:

  1. In the Test Flow pane or in the Keyword View, right-click the action and select Action Properties. Alternatively, in the Keyword View or in the Expert View, select an action and select Edit > Action > Action Properties. The Action Properties dialog box opens.
    Renaming Actions2
  2. Enter a new action name in the Name box of the General tab. Each action name within a test must be unique. Make sure that action name is unique within the test, does not begin or end with a space, does not exceed 1023 characters, and does not contain the following characters:  \ / : * ? " < > | % ' ! { }
  3. Click OK to save the change.
  4. Go Back to: Working with Actions in QTP