FW: Jemmy V2 - question (test-automation, blackbox)

Muneer Kolarkunnu abdul.kolarkunnu at oracle.com
Tue Oct 2 15:18:31 UTC 2018

Hi Rev,


We haven’t received this email in HYPERLINK "mailto:jemmy-dev at openjdk.java.net"jemmy-dev at openjdk.java.net . Can you please confirm you sent email to HYPERLINK "mailto:jemmy-dev at openjdk.java.net"jemmy-dev at openjdk.java.net only?

Forwarding this to jemm-dev mailing list.



Rev’s email hasn’t come to jemmy-dev mailing list. I also had same issue when I was sending emails to this mailing list in the initial days and somehow it got corrected. Can you please check.

Also can you please reply to his query.





From: Rev Kapuganti <rev.sdet at gmail.com> 
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2018 7:50 PM
To: Muneer Kolarkunnu <abdul.kolarkunnu at oracle.com>
Subject: Fwd: Jemmy V2 - question (test-automation, blackbox)


Hello Abdul. This is realated to a question that I have on Jemmy usecase which I posted on Jemmy-dev list. I'm also trying to reach out to you as I haven't heard from the developer mailing list. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Please find the posted below: 


Hello Jemmy devs -


Firstly great work!  I understand that in order to use jemmy v2  - SUT(in my case its a SWING front-end with ORPOS backend) needs to be launched on the same JVM instance that the test runs. I have a question(related to that). Any help/suggestion is greatly appreciated.


My app under test needs a config xml(that points to bunch of other config files in the class path) along with JAVA OPTIONS passed to the main class in order to get launched. Currently its a command line launcher through a batch file.  How do I approach launching this via Jemmy tests?  I see a ClassReference method - startApp, but does it support complex parameters like in my case?


Or do you recommend a different approach where I can run my app with jemmy agent(like solution) so I can reference the java objects from the running app later through my blackbox tests.



Thanks in advance, appreciate any help.




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