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    How to call Java Classes/Methods through QTP

    How to call Java Classes/Methods through QTP or VB Script.

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    Re: How to call Java Classes/Methods through QTP

    You need a Java Add-in for the same and then a Java Application as well. Once you have the JavaApplication you can use something of below sort

    Set oTime = JavaWindow("xxx").object.CreateObject("System.Time ")

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    Re: How to call Java Classes/Methods through QTP

    Tarun,

    Thanks for your quick reply.

    How do i check wheather Java add-in is installed in my system?

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    Re: How to call Java Classes/Methods through QTP

    Hi,

    You could also call a java class by SystemUtil.Run (which does not require java add-in)

    Example:
    <font class="small">Code:</font><hr /><pre>
    SystemUtil.Run "cmd","/K java -classpath myClassPath",""
    </pre><hr />

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    Re: How to call Java Classes/Methods through QTP

    [ QUOTE ]
    You need a Java Add-in for the same and then a Java Application as well. Once you have the JavaApplication you can use something of below sort

    Set oTime = JavaWindow("xxx").object.CreateObject("System.Time ")

    [/ QUOTE ]

    It is a QTP Add-in. You will see it on the Add-ins page when you start QTP

 

 

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