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    Losing the Silk map

    Hi all,

    Has anybody experienced the problem of losing the component mapping after getting a java.lang.NullPointerException error. If yes, were you able to do anything about it?

    I am using Silk 5.5 with out patches against Java 1.3 swing classes.

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    Re: Losing the Silk map

    had a similar problem, but SP1 took care of it. I recommend SP1, but not SP2 at this time.

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    Re: Losing the Silk map

    Thanks,
    Just one question, why not SP2? Is there are issues with it? If yes do you know what they are?
    I went to the Segue support site and the only download they have for 5.5 is SP2. The support person told me that after initial release the SP2 was pulled from the site for one week (he did not provide me with explanation why), but now it is back.

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    [This message has been edited by levaks (edited 03-14-2002).]

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    Re: Losing the Silk map

    Just to keep a record of this.
    Silk 5.5 does not support Java 1.3, but Silk SP1 and SP2 does with some problems.

    I tried 5.5SP1 and 5.5SP2 to test Java 1.3.0 application with custom controls. The result was that during recording of the test case, as soon as Silk encountered custom control, it lost the ability to recognize the objects and caused application under test to crush. Both needed to be restarted to continue.

    On the good note, the JFC 1.3 classes that I tried worked fine.


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