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Steven Murphy
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Hi all,
I am using JFCunit to automate some test for a GUI written using java. As my java programming isn't up to scratch I have decided to use the XML extension for JFCUnit. I've managed to do most of the things I want but I am having a few problems.
I was hoping that someone here might be able to give me some help.
Here are some of the problems that I have :-
1) I don't know how to do short keys. (Eg control + N for a new window)
2) Is it possible to select a row in a table from the contents of one of the cells in that row?
This one may not make too much sense so bear with me
3) I have a table that contains a tree looking object, I need to drag and drop a node from the tree into another table. The 2 tables are in separate panes.
Hope that makes sense.
Cheers
Steve Murphy
 
Sri Rangan
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Steve,
Could you share your experience in writing Test cases using JFCUnit. I took a look at both Jemmy and JFCUnit and I assumed it is very time taking process compared to writing test cases for the back end services using JUnit
Thanks
Sri
 
Steven Murphy
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Hi Sri,
On the whole I have found writing tests in JFCUnit to be relatively straight forward. Although as I didn't know XML and my java programming isn't all that good it took a little time for me to learn how do write the tests.
However if you run into any problems writing the XML script help isn't all that easy to find as the docs are pretty basic, when it comes to the XML side of things, and in my experience not many people on the forums seem to know how to do things using XML. That being said the help available to you if you decide to write your tests in Java is better as more people use this approach.
Hope this helps
Steve.
 
Steven Murphy
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Can anyone help me with my problems
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Steve.
 
Steven Murphy
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I've managed to find a solution to the 1st problem. Can anyone help with the others
Ta
Steve.
 
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