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Before the wizard creates the custom toolkit support files, the Project Summary screen summarizes the specifications you provided for the new Java Add-in Extensibility project.
Review the information. If you want to change any of the data, click Cancel to return to the Custom Toolkit Details Screen. Use the Back and Next buttons to open the relevant screens and make the required changes.
If you are satisfied with the definitions, click OK. The wizard creates new UFT Java Add-in Extensibility project, containing the following items:
The toolkit root package: com.mercury.ftjadin.qtsupport.<Custom Toolkit Name> containing:
The toolkit support class in the toolkit root package: <Custom Toolkit Name>Support.java
For information on the content of this class, see Understanding the Toolkit Support Class.
The support class sub-package: com.mercury.ftjadin.qtsupport.<Custom Toolkit Name>.cs
A folder for configuration files named Configuration. It contains:
The <Custom Toolkit Name>.xml toolkit configuration file. For information on the content of this file, see Understanding the Toolkit Configuration File.
The TestObjects folder for test object configuration files.
Note: If you have more than one Java Run-time Environment (JRE) installed on your computer, and one or more of the custom toolkit class locations you specified were Eclipse projects, make sure that the custom toolkit projects and the new Java Add-in Extensibility project are using the same JRE. If they are not, modify the JRE for one or more of the projects so that all of the projects use the same JRE.