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Thread: tab_select_item problem using jre 1.6

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    tab_select_item problem using jre 1.6

    I am using WinRunner 8.2 (same problem occurs with 9.2) with Java add-in 7.6. I have the jre1.6 patch added to the java add-in. The Java application I am testing uses jre1.6. The tab select statements will not work. The tabs do not change when I select one of them. They all have a return value of 0 meaning they should have worked correctly.

    here is a sample of my code.

    set_window("My application");
    tab_select_item("tab","item0");
    wait(5);
    tab_select_item("tab","item1");
    wait(5);

    Once again all tab_select_item calls return E_OK, and all these items can be highlighted or selected. I generated these tsl statements using context sensitive recording so I know they are correctly identified in the GUI map. There is no problem with the same gui map and tsl statements when testing previous version of application that uses jre 1.4.Please help!


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    Re: tab_select_item problem using jre 1.6

    The Java add-in-version that is appropriate for your WR version (8.2) will be working with your java version (1.4.2_xx). Just contact your Mercury (or HP? ) sales rep, they might even send you an evaluation license for the Java add-in so you could have a look to see if it works.


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    Re: tab_select_item problem using jre 1.6

    The Java add-in-version that is appropriate for your WR version (8.2) will be working with your java version (1.4.2_xx). Just contact your Mercury (or HP? ) sales rep, they might even send you an evaluation license for the Java add-in so you could have a look to see if it works.


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