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test automatization of menu based midlets

 
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Hi,
I've got a general question about testing menu-based midlets inside an emulator. Consider a pure menu based midlet running on the emulator. Now I want to automate the keypressing to browse/click through the menus. Meaning I don't want to use my mouse or keyboard, but I want my PC to do it, according some scripts.

Off course I also don't want to check the content of the display with my eyes
manually - I want my PC to do it for me.

Does anybody has an idea how this can be realized - or is there already a tool
available?

Many thanks,
Jill
 
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Jill,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

Try looking into some of the Windows based testing tools. They can simulate mouse clicks, so some may be able to click on menus.
 
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