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[qftestJUI] Jython Itegration Question

  • Subject: [qftestJUI] Jython Itegration Question
  • From: TFrey@?.com
  • Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:26:13 -0400

To Whom it May Concern,

My name is Timothy Frey and I am currently evaluating Qf-Test for my company, Portware LLC.  Lately I've been experimenting with the Jython integration that your product offers.  I noticed that on page 74 of the User Manual, under the "Fundamentals of the Jython Integeration" heading, there is a passage that reads, "SUT scripts on the other hand give full access to the components of the SUT and to every Java API that the SUT exposes."  I have been able to write a test script that can access, for example, the label of one of my JButton components.  However, I am more interested in the second part of said passage.  With an SUT script, do I have access to all of the APIs that my program uses to run?  How do I access this functionality?

For example, if I have a class named 'com.portware.SomeClass' which is not a GUI component, can I write a script that can access this class and create objects of this type?  My overall goal is to test whether or not I can access the underlying data of some of our GUI components, specifically some data that our TableModels rely on.  Can you offer any insight or advice?

Thanks in advance,
Timothy Frey
Portware, LLC.
120 Broadway
New York, NY 10271
(212) 571-4660 x 2153