AppPerfect Web Test provides support for Object Spy feature where you can spy on any web or window element in the page and fetch its attributes/properties. Object Spy is useful while manually updating or adding new element to the existing test script and is also useful while identifying and adding new Web or Windows Element to list of supported elements during System Configuration.
In case you are using Internet Explorer you need to open your application manually with Internet Explorer browser, in case you are using Safari or Firefox, application launches the browser with starting URL in your test.
Select the menu option Project -> Object Spy.. It will launch a toolbar with option to Start spy. Click on start spy button and now click on the Web or window element which you need to spy in your application. It should highlight the element in page with green rectangle. At this point you can stop spy and view the element's properties/attributes.
In case you find that certain events in the test are not getting recorded and you need to configure and add new Web or Windows Element to the list of supported elements at Tools -> Options -> Web Test -> Web/Window Elements, Check out the tag name/native class attribute. Once you identify the tag / native class of element you can add same to list of supported elements at Tools -> Options -> Web Test -> Web/Window Elements. Once you add the element to the list of supported elements and configure the required events for same you should be able to record events on it fine.
Object Spy is also available while adding new element/event to the test manually. To add new event select the URL node in the Editor tree for which you need to add new Event. Right click and select the option to Add Event.. You will find a button to access Object Spy feature there to get the attributes of new element. Object Spy is also useful in updating existing attributes of the element in case application has changed since the test was recorded.