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I'm just beginning to work with JFCUnit and have very little background in AWT and Swing (hence using JFCUnit to test to make sure I haven't broken things once I get 'em working).
Here's my attempt to find a password field:
and here's how the password field was originally declared on my form:
By what name is the TestHelper trying to find fields? [Yes, I know I could find the field by other means. . . but I'm stubborn and want to make it work THIS way.]
 
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Happy days - found my own solution. What I had neglected to see was that java.awt.Component has a setName method. (Remember, half of my reason for doing this JFCUnit thing is because I'm new to AWT, Swing, et al.) That's the name that it's seeking.
 
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