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Settings Java and configurations at the tool level
what are setting for settings Java and configurations at the tool level?
Re: Settings Java and configurations at the tool level
This section describes about configuring Java Application under test in AutoCzar. You can find a separate interface to configure Java application.
To configure Java application,
• Select the Settings ribbon tab.
• Click on ‘Java’ button in the Settings ribbon tab.
• The Java application configuration window opens as shown below. It contains
&#61607; List box: Contains the Java applications under test.
&#61607; Add: On click, opens the Java Application settings window as shown below. It contains following
i Necessary Field: Application Name: In the Text box, enter the name of the application.
ii Description: In the Text area, enter the description relevant to the application.
iii Necessary Field: Main Class: In the Text box, enter the main class name of the Java application.
iv Program Arguments: In the Text area, enter the program arguments required for the Java application.
v VM Arguments: In the Text area, enter the virtual machine (VM) arguments required for the Java application.
Necessary Field: Java Executable Path: Select the path of the Java execution file by clicking on the browse button. (e.g: C:\ProgramFiles\Java\Jdk\bin\java)
vii Add Folder: On click, adds the folder relevant to the Java application.
viii Necessary Field:Add Jar(s): On click, adds the jar files required for the Java application.
xi Done: On click, completes the Java application configuration.
Necessary Field: Current JRE Folder Path2: This field is required to activate Java or other Plug Ins. You must have installed Java Runtime Environment 1.4 or higher to test Java application with AutoCzar. Browse and select the
&#61607; Start App: To open the application, select the application Configured on ‘Java application configuration window’, click on ‘Start App’.
Cancel: On click, cancels the Java application configuration.
&#61607; Edit: On click, opens the selected Java Application settings window for editing purpose.
Remove: On click, removes the selected Java application.
&#61607; path of JRE folder as shown in the following window.
&#61607; Done: On click, completes the configuration of the Java application in AutoCzar.