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Starting the Java Application through Robot
User Hunashimarad, Pancham (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
I want to start the Java Application form the Menu option ---Insert--Start java Application.
I am not able to understand,
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Re: Starting the Java Application through Robot
User Kevin Petry (email@example.com) posted:
The easiest way is to run the java application via its shortcut from the
menu or desktop (ie the one a normal user would use). Use the normal start
application for this method.
If you understand how java executes a class at the command line level it
becomes straight forward to do StartJavaApplication Class:=classname$.
To find out what class is and params open the java app shortcut link (or
bat)and examine the properties it tells you what you need to supply. Also
check out the syntax in the SQA manual its loaded with samples.