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    Driving Java methods directly in an applet

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    I have just now "hit an applet" at my job.
    (and it is hitting me back!)

    First I am amazed at how many custom windows I encounter even after I include the SilkTest_Java1.jar in my classpath. When I include the SilkTest_Java2.jar file I don't even get beyond teh main Dialog Box (no children record with or without custom window).

    I am "dealing" with them via TypeKeys and
    GetCaption which isn't leaving me "feeling great". But there is an element in this applet that I cannot get to. It's like a JTable or 1.1 Table (I assume that since I am testing via IE 4.0 that it HAS to be a 1.1 element) that I cannot drive at all!
    Guess what I HAVE to drive this thing and read from it period!

    So right now I am wondering .. I have heard that you can drive Java methods directly in an applet through Silk. Does this require ANY hooks or change in applet code that I test? Or is it a less intrusive mechanism Silk provides?

    Also if anyone has any practical SIMPLE examples other than the obscure half page ones Silk provides .. I would appreciate it!

    In point of fact any information about this topic would be greatly appreciated. I will register for Testing Java Objects but the nearest and earliest I can do that is on Nov 29.


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    Rick Weth

    Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!
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    Richard Weth
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    Re: Driving Java methods directly in an applet

    About six months back Segue posted some pretty good java examples in their newsletter. They used a yahtzee sample program.

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    Re: Driving Java methods directly in an applet

    I've had the same problem, only with a Java TreeView. No matter what I do, I just can't see/access it.

    Did you ever find a solution for your problem?

 

 

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