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Installing Java Add-in Extensibility SDKs

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Hi all,

Can somebody out there tell me where I can get the Java Add-in Extensibility SDKs to install please?

I have a Java app which is not recognising some objects even though Im using the Java add-in.

Thanks
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Hi Pat,

This is availble within QTP 9.5 & above software.

You can refer QTP 10.0\DVD\Add-in Extensibility SDKs and look for Java extensibility.

PS: You need to have Eclispe installed prior to installing this extensibility add-in.

~Shivaram

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Hi Pat,

This is availble within QTP 9.5 & above software.

You can refer QTP 10.0\DVD\Add-in Extensibility SDKs and look for Java extensibility.

PS: You need to have Eclispe installed prior to installing this extensibility add-in.

~Shivaram

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Thanks V Much.

Could you tell me where do I get Eclipse from? I tried going into the site that "QTP JAVA Extensibility Help" was giving me and as I attempted to download it, there was a file that was password protected - even though it was meant to be free.

Also as I dont have the QTP10 DVD, do you know an alternative place where I can download the Java Add-in Extensibility?

Thanks for this,
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Answered. Thanks.
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