Well have a whole load of custom controls in in ajav application. When teh I move the mouse over the control using Identify tool, it says the control is a child window and not what it is supposed to be though it has been registered in the AOR conifguration utility.
For example a calender control is recognised as a child window inspite of it being registered as a calender control in AOR.
Any ideas on how i can get AOR to work with the
I have had some brief involvement with AOR.
It does require detailed specification of the controls within AOR, I would recommend getting hold of members of the development team to work with you to enable you to register the control correctly within AOR. Hopefully, with a bit of effort upfront with the appropriate resources might make your life a bit easier.
It is a new add-on to QARun and therefore might not be the most "mature" functionality.
If your custom controls do not use standard methods, then you will probably need to build helpers in addition to registering the controls with AOR. A helper file will extend the base java support to include your custom methods and properties. There are samples that you can view after installing AOR that apply to the demo. These may help you understand what is needed.
Take a look at this one AORHelperFinal.java. It should be located in the AOR folder under Helpers/source.