You can use the advanced dialog (3.11) if your AUT is a Java JAR which can be started with a double click, or if your application can be started using the class name and the classpaths to your AUT . The advanced configuration dialog also lets you create a working directory for your AUT , and add command-line arguments needed to start the AUT . You can select a JRE executable and, for SWT/RCP AUT's , a keyboard layout.
This path can be relative (if you define a working directory), or absolute. This JAR file must contain a manifest file which contains the main class and the classpath.
The working directory is the root directory for any classpaths, classnames, JAR files and JRE binaries. If you create a working directory, you can enter the paths to these items using a relative path, with the working directory as the root. For more information on relative paths, read the section in the reference manual -->Reference Manual .
|Add all the necessary files and directories to start the AUT .|
Java is installed with Jubula . You can find the Java file in:
|The keyboard layout is not the actual keyboard attached to the computer, but is based on the regional language settings for the operating system.|
Jubula supports English (US) and German (DE) keyboard layouts out-of-the box. If you want to use a different keyboard layout, see the reference manual for information on creating keyboard layouts -->Reference Manual .