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    Add all objects in Object Map

    Hi

    Is there any way by which all the objects in a screen can be recognized and added to a Object Map.Only way that ia appearing to me that manually select each object and add them.Is there any other way besides this?

    By recording it doesnot recognizes all the objects.

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    Re: Add all objects in Object Map

    You can write your own utility that uses the XDE Tester libraries. You'll get more from this link.

    It contains the code that shows you how to access the object map.

    http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...rary/4149.html
    Let go Luke!

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    Re: Add all objects in Object Map

    Oh, OOD using Java is required.
    Let go Luke!

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    Re: Add all objects in Object Map

    Hi Shane D,

    I downloaded the file from the link
    There is instruction how to use it.

    How can I'll be able to use it effetively.

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    Re: Add all objects in Object Map

    are you an experienced JAVA developer?

    If not, you will not be able to extract the releveant source code and develop a utility
    that would allow you to do what you want.

    To really make use of the XDE Tester tool requires in depth understanding of JAVA.

    Anyway...

    .rftmap (shared)
    .rftxmap (private)
    are xml files containing the mapped objects.

    .rftdef
    are xml files created for each script when you add an object to an associated script.

    By loading the .rftmap file into the object map java object, you can access the descriptive name and gui object type.

    From this you can build the accessor and the necessary xml to add to the .rftdef file.

    You can write a swing app to do this.
    Let go Luke!

 

 

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