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    Info for cleaning Frame file for java application - making file easier to work with

    Hi,
    I am trying to make a frame file for a java application we are testing.

    I did record window declaration and got many CustomWin declarations.
    I then did CaptureAllClasses which got rid of most CustomWin.

    When using the new frame file after running CaptureAllClasses and I want to run code to pick a Menuitem

    PeakExplorerCaptureAllClasses.JavaxSwingJRootPane. NullLayeredPane.OrgOpenideAwtMenuBar.Actions..Copy ToClipboard.Pick()

    Can anyone give me info in possibly making it easier to do. By this I mean not having to include panes in my code.
    I have tried Class Map Ignore for example on NullLayeredPane and when I re-record it does not show up, however code does not work and find OrgOpenideAwtMenuBar which is in frame file

    I will attach my frame file before doing CaptureALlClasses and after.

    PLEASE Any suggestion would be awsome ASAP
    Frame file so confusing

    link to frame file:
    frame file
    Thanks to everyone
    Tim

    [ 02-04-2004, 05:31 AM: Message edited by: tfaron ]

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    Re: Info for cleaning Frame file for java application - making file easier to work with

    Ensure the SHOW ALL CLASSES checkbox on the record class is unchecked- I believe this will ignore the JRootPane and other PANES. You can also specify what objects to ignore in the ini file directly- javaex.ini.

    With most c/s apps, you will be struggling between descriptive names and long names. Dont worry if they are too long, as a descriptive name is better. You can try generic names for menus/tables/toolbars such as Menu, Table, Toolbar.

    Anthony

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    Re: Info for cleaning Frame file for java application - making file easier to work with

    Thanks Anthony.
    Record all classes checkbox did the trick.
    I forgot about that.

    Been a while since I recorded a frame for a new application

    Thanks again
    Tim

 

 

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