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To plan the details related to the custom toolkit answer the following questions:
What is the name of the custom toolkit?
Provide a unique name for the custom toolkit. After you develop the support and deploy it to UFT, UFT displays the custom toolkit name in all of the dialog boxes that display lists of add-ins or supported environments. For example, when UFT opens, it displays the custom toolkit name as a child of the Java Add-in in the Add-in Manager dialog box and the UFT user can specify whether to load support for that toolkit.
What custom classes are included in the custom toolkit?
List the locations of the custom classes. The locations can be Eclipse projects, Java archive files or class folders.
For the rules on grouping custom classes into toolkits you can support, see Preparing to Create Support for a Custom Toolkit.
What native toolkit (or existing supported toolkit) does the custom toolkit extend?
Note: When all of the classes in a custom toolkit extend the basic user interface class of another toolkit (for example java.awt.Component) we say the custom toolkit extends that toolkit (in this example: AWT).
In what order do you want to create support for the different classes within the toolkit?
For information on how to answer this question, see Determining the Inheritance Hierarchy for a Support Class.