Java Applet OPX2 objects not identified

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Java Applet OPX2 objects not identified

Post by rsriram » Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:55 pm

Hi,

The object that I am trying to identify and click is added as a 'Opx2Opx2' Java Applet. There are a few child elements which are identified as Text, even if the object is a link or label.

Attached are two screenshots.

Image 1. The 'Plan' link is not identified as a seperate object.
javaswing-screenshot1.jpg
Image 2. The object properties of the identified OPX2 object.
javaswing-screenshot2.jpg
I have already successfully instrumented the application and there are no issues in installation.
Can someone please help? I am desperately trying to automate this application. Thanks.

Sriram.
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Re: Java Applet OPX2 objects not identified

Post by Support Team » Fri Jun 29, 2012 10:48 am

Hello Shiram,

What Java technology are you using (JavaFX)? Would you please send us a snapshot file and more information about your java application. Please send the snapshot file to [email protected].

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Re: Java Applet OPX2 objects not identified

Post by rsriram » Fri Jun 29, 2012 1:23 pm

Hi, Thank you for the reply.

This is a Planisware 5 application and I am aware that the technology is Java. Below is the link for their website-
http://www.planisware.com/main.php?docid=12420

I'll try to get more information soon.

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Re: Java Applet OPX2 objects not identified

Post by Support Team » Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:25 am

Hi,

Thanks for the link, but in order to analyze the issue we would need more specific information about the software (was it built with JavaFx), a Ranorex Snapshot file would also be great: Creating Ranorex Snapshot Files.
Thanks in advance!

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