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When opening UFT, the UFT user can use the Add-in Manager to instruct UFT whether to load the support provided for any particular toolkit. If the support for your custom toolkit is not loaded, the code that you designed in your toolkit support set does not run, and the test object classes that you defined in the test object configuration file are not available in UFT.
If you want to remove support for a custom toolkit from UFT after it is deployed, you must delete its toolkit configuration file from: <UFT Installation Folder> bin\java\classes\extension
If none of the test object class definitions in a test object configuration file are mapped to any custom controls (meaning they are no longer needed), you can delete the file from: <UFT Installation Folder>\Dat\Extensibility\Java (and <Unified Functional Testing Add-in for ALM Installation Folder>\Dat\Extensibility\Java if relevant).
If you want to remove only parts of the custom toolkit support that you created, consider the following:
To remove support for a specific custom class, delete its custom support class, and remove the references to this support class from the toolkit configuration file.
Before you delete a custom support class, make sure that no other custom support classes extend it.
To remove a new test object class that you defined, remove its definition from the test object configuration file.
Before you remove the definition of a test object class, make sure that no custom classes are mapped to this test object class and that no other test object classes extend it.
To remove support for test object methods or identification properties that you added, remove the relevant support methods from your custom support class.
Removing support for test object methods or identification properties from the support class does not remove them from the test object class definition. They are available in UFT when editing tests but are not supported for this custom class.
To remove your custom support for test object methods or identification properties whose implementation you overrode, remove the relevant support methods from your custom support class.
To remove test object methods or identification properties from the test object class definition, remove them from the test object configuration file.