I am trying to use Silk 5.0.3 to test the JavaBeans we are developing in house. My problem is this: when I write the test script, Silktest recognizes the classes of the bean as basic JavaJFC; however, at runtime Silktest only sees CustomWin and the scripts fail. Example: Design time
[-] window JavaMainWin MyBean
[+] JavaJFCImage JavaxSwingJLabel
[+] JavaJFCMenu Help
[+] JavaJFCMenuItem About
At Run time Silk sees the following:
[-] window DialogBox MyBean
[-] CustomWin JavaxSwingJRootPane
[-] CustomWin NullGlassPane
[-] CustomWin NullLayeredPane
[-] CustomWin NullContentPane
[-] CustomWin JavaxSwingJRootPane
[-] CustomWin NullGlassPane
[-] CustomWin NullLayeredPane
[-] CustomWin JavaxSwingJPopupMenuJPanelP
[-] CustomWin Help
[-] CustomWin About

Please note that I have edited out the tags. As you can see at runtime MyBean.Help is no longer recognized. Does anyone have any idea what is going on here? I have installed on 3 separate pcs and experience this on all 3. Does anyone have any experience developing tests against JavaBeans? I do have an open support call with Segue on this. Thanks.
(I cannot get this editor to indent the hierarchy correctly, but you get the idea. Thanks.)


[This message has been edited by gmc (edited 10-24-2000).]