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Before you begin to perform the lessons in this tutorial, make sure that the requirements described in this section are met.
You must have the following items installed on a computer on which support has not yet been implemented for the custom toolkits and controls in this tutorial. If such support has already been implemented, remove the support as described in Deploying and Running the Custom Toolkit Support.
For a list of supported Eclipse versions, see the Micro Focus Unified Functional Testing Product Availability Matrix.
For information on installing Eclipse or the Java Add-in Extensibility SDK see Installing the Micro Focus UFT Java Add-in Extensibility Software Development Kit.
For information on installing Unified Functional Testing (UFT), see the Micro Focus Unified Functional Testing Installation Guide.
If your UFT installation is not on the same computer as Eclipse, you can still perform the lessons in this tutorial. However, when you are instructed to deploy the toolkit support to UFT, you must manually transfer the custom support class files and configuration files to the correct folders on the UFT computer as described in Deploying and Running the Custom Toolkit Support.
The lessons in this tutorial assume you have the background knowledge described below:
You should have a thorough understanding of the following: test objects, object repository, Object Spy, Keyword View, and Editor. You should also have experience recording, editing, and running tests. For more information, see the Micro Focus Unified Functional Testing User Guide.
You should be familiar with the concepts related to Java programming (class, package, interface, inheritance, and so on) and know how to write and compile Java classes.
You should be familiar with the concepts of elements and attributes and feel comfortable working with schemas and editing XML files.
This tutorial assumes familiarity with the concepts described in Implementing Custom Toolkit Support.