Using the UFT One Java Add-in Extensibility Tutorial

The UFT One Java Add-in Extensibility tutorial comprises lessons that will familiarize you with the process of creating, testing, and deploying custom toolkit support. After completing the tutorial, you can apply the skills you learn to create UFT One support for your own custom toolkits and controls.

Understanding the Tutorial Lesson Structure

This tutorial is divided into lessons. Each lesson assumes that you have already performed the previous lessons or have an equivalent level of experience. In each lesson, you learn more about the capabilities and techniques available with UFT One Java Add-in Extensibility. It is recommended to perform the lessons in order.

In each lesson in this tutorial, you extend UFT One support for a different custom control, using the UFT One Java Add-in Extensibility Eclipse plug-in. The custom controls are provided in sample custom toolkits that you can find in the <Java Add-in Extensibility SDK installation folder>\samples folder.

This folder also contains the custom toolkit support sets required to support these custom controls and additional examples of custom toolkits and their support. If you deploy the sample custom toolkit support sets manually, you must compile the Java classes before deploying.

Each lesson in the tutorial explains the Java Add-in Extensibility wizard options that you need to use in that specific lesson. For more information on these wizards, see Using the UFT One Java Add-in Extensibility Eclipse Plug-In.

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System Requirements

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.

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Knowledge Requirements

The lessons in this tutorial assume you have the background knowledge described below:

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