In this section, you use the UFT One Deploy Toolkit Support command in Eclipse to deploy the ImageControls toolkit support to UFT One. This adds the ImageLabel support to UFT One, in addition to the ImageButton control whose support you deployed previously. The ImageLabel support is not yet complete, but you can already test the support created up to this point.
Deploy the ImageControls toolkit support to UFT One.
In the Eclipse Package Explorer tab, select the ImageControlsSupport project.
Click the Deploy Toolkit Support button, or select UFT One > Deploy Toolkit Support. In the confirmation messages that open, click Yes and then OK.
The toolkit configuration file and the test object configuration file are copied to the relevant folders in your UFT One installation folder. The custom support will be available the next time you start the custom application. (The test object configuration file was not modified. Therefore, it is not necessary to reopen UFT One.)
For more information on deploying custom toolkit support, see Deploying and Running the Custom Toolkit Support.
Test the new custom support.
Run the application and view the ImageLabel control and text box with the UFT One Object Spy, as described in Planning Support for the ImageLabel Control.
Note: UFT One establishes its connection with an application when the application opens. Therefore, although you can use an open UFT One session (running with the ImageControls toolkit support loaded) to test the changes, you must close the SampleApp application, and run it again.
UFT One recognizes the ImageLabel as a JavaStaticText object named ImageLabel(st).
CanvasCS, which ImageLabelCS extends, does not provide support for the label identification property. Therefore, ImageLabel's label property is empty (as is its attached text property). As a result, the superclass tag property returns ImageLabel's class name, and ImageLabel's tag property is ImageLabel(st).
UFT One still identifies the text box as a JavaEdit test object named TextField (its class name) because the label property of the adjacent static-text object, ImageLabel, is still empty.