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[QF-Test] Name recognition with dynamic components

  • Subject: [QF-Test] Name recognition with dynamic components
  • From: MEVEL Clement <Clement.MEVEL@?.com>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2013 12:47:44 +0000

Hi all,


I have actually dynamic components that are created using a server object.

Here is the code:


                public EpsgParameterField(EpsgParameter parameter) throws IllegalArgumentException


                               valueField = new JFormattedTextField();

                               valueField.setName("value field of "+parameter.getName());

                               unitLabel = new JLabel();

                               unitLabel.setName("unit of " +parameter.getName());

                               unitDisplay = UnitDisplay.SI_UNITY;


                               name = new JLabel(parameter.getName());


                               this.parameter = parameter;



I use in my QFT files only generic components recognized using names.

When I launch the client through QFT, the names are not taken into account. QFT still record them as:

“panelDynamicParameters.text1”, “panelDynamicParameters.text2” , etc…


QFT is it able to introspect the content of “parameter.getName())” to set the name?


Any idea?


Clement Mevel

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