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Page: Article - Avoiding problems with ToolItems in RCP and SWT applications
Overview Because tool bars ({{org.eclipse.swt.widgets.ToolBar}}) and tool items ({{org.eclipse.swt.widgets.ToolItem}}) can appear in multiple perspectives/tabs this can make it hard for Squish to identify the respective objects uniquely. Often one will end up with object names that contain "occurrence" properties ...
Other labels: toolitems, swt, java
Page: Article - Explicitly Naming Objects
Table of Contents Why Should I Explicitly Name Objects? Squish identifies application objects by their most stable properties to make tests as robust and reliable as possible. However, as an application is developed and maintained, existing widgets get moved around ...
Other labels: naming, object, toolkit, qt, java, awt, swing, swt
Page: Finding the JRE that executes a Java application
Introduction It is important to configure Squish for Java to use exactly the same JRE (Java Runtime Environment) that your application is using. (You can configure this by running {{SQUISHDIR/setup}} .) But sometimes it is not obvious which JRE is being used. (It could be one that is bundled ...
Other labels: java, eclipse
Page: How to run Java or Eclipse RCP applications
Introduction Java applications are run in a so called Java Virtual Machine (JVM). In order to start the JVM most Java application package ship with a program binary (a .exe file on Windows) to start the Java application. These program binaries are typically called ...
Other labels: jdk_alternate_vm, squish_jvm, jvm, german, eclipse