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    Not able to see Java Applet

    I'm having a problem seeing Java Applet controls in our Cold Fusion/Web Based product. Silk seems to be seeing our JavaApplet but does not recognize the controls inside of the applet. It is listing everything inside of the applet as one 'CustomWin'. The applet itself is a basic tree-view style java program running inside of a frame.

    Is this happening because this applet is encrypted? If not, any suggestions?

    Thanks,
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    Re: Not able to see Java Applet

    This is happening because the applet uses non-standard Java controls. You will need to use the Record Class feature of SilkTest to "teach" SilkTest about these objects.

 

 

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