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SWTBOT Spy View [message #1765693] Tue, 13 June 2017 13:11 Go to next message
jyoti Chopade is currently offline jyoti ChopadeFriend
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How to find the widget type in SWTBOT? is there any way to spy object/Widget in SWTBOT as I am not able to find type of widget in my application

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Re: SWTBOT Spy View [message #1765714 is a reply to message #1765693] Tue, 13 June 2017 17:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Patrick Tasse is currently offline Patrick TasseFriend
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Hi Jyoti,

If you are running your application from Eclipse, you can add the SWTBot Spy plug-in (org.eclipse.swtbot.eclipse.spy) to your Run Configuration. You would need to either import that plug-in to your workspace or add it to your .target file. It is part of the "SWTBot IDE Features" feature (org.eclipse.swtbot.ide).

If that doesn't work for you but you can modify your application code for testing, you could just add the following code somewhere (that runs once in the main thread):
        Display.getDefault().addFilter(SWT.MouseHover, new Listener() {
            @Override
            public void handleEvent(Event event) {
                System.out.println(event);
            }
        });


It's possible that your application is using a non-standard widget that is not supported by SWTBot (for example a Nebula custom widget that is composed of standard SWT widgets). In that case you would have to use the standard SWT widget in your SWTBot code, but sometimes that is not possible if the custom widget overrides default widget behavior. See this thread for example.

Patrick
Re: SWTBOT Spy View [message #1766012 is a reply to message #1765714] Wed, 14 June 2017 18:25 Go to previous message
Brian de Alwis is currently offline Brian de AlwisFriend
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And Display has two useful methods to get the control with focus (getFocusControl()) and the control currently under the cursor (getCursorControl()).

Brian.


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