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You use the New UFT Java Add-in Extensibility Project wizard to create a new project in Eclipse containing the files that comprise the support set for a specific custom toolkit. After you specify the details of the custom toolkit, the wizard creates the necessary toolkit support files.
After you create the New UFT Java Add-in Extensibility project, you can create support for each of the custom toolkit classes. To do this, you use the New Custom Support Class Wizard (or the New Custom Static Text Support Class Wizard).
Select File > New > Project. The New Project dialog box opens.
Expand the Unified Functional Testing folder and select UFT Java Add-in Extensibility Project.
Click Next. The New Project Screen opens.
Tip: You can shorten this process by customizing Eclipse to provide UFT Java Add-in Extensibility Project as an option in the New menu. To do this, perform the following: Select Window > Customize Perspective. In the Shortcuts tab in the dialog box that opens, select the Unified Functional Testing and UFT Java Add-in Extensibility Project check boxes. Click OK.