|Example: nca_java_set_option||Java Object Functions|
Sets options when recording a Java object.
int nca_java_set_option( int option, < option value > );
|option||The option to set. Either:|
JAVA_SAVE_PROP - saves properties of a Java object.
JAVA_SEPARATOR - the character that demarcates fields in the object (the default is `|').
|< option value >||If option is JAVA_SAVE_PROP: Passes the integer:|
0 - Disables saving of properties.
1 - Enables saving of properties. If option is JAVA_SEPARATOR: Passes the desired separator as a char.
The nca_java_set_option function sets options when recording a Java object.
The nca_java_set_option function currently has two available options:
- JAVA_SAVE_PROP. When a Java object is selected in NCA, Vugen does not normally save the properties of the object. Use this option to save properties that can then be retrieved with nca_java_get_value and nca_java_get_value_ex.
- JAVA_SEPARATOR. When your own values contain the character that is also being used as the field separator in the java object (for example, if you use the pipe character, `|', the Java default, in your own data), use this option to change the object's field separator before extracting the values.
This and other nca_java functions can be sent to the server as a single packet by wrapping the set of nca_java calls with nca_step_begin and nca_step_end functions.
Parameterization is not available for this function.