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Running the Java Enabler
Making Java Applets and Applications Testable
Running the Java Enabler
By default, Java testing is disabled in Robot. To enable Java testing, you need to run
the Java Enabler. The Java Enabler is a wizard that scans your hard drive looking for
Java environments such as Web browsers and Sun JDK installations that Robot
supports. The Java Enabler only enables those environments that are currently
To run the Java Enabler:
1. Make sure that Robot is closed.
2. Click Start > Programs > Rational product name > Rational Test >
Java Enabler.
3. Select one of the available Java enabling types.
NOTE: If you install a new Java environment such as a new release of a browser
or JDK, you must rerun the Enabler after you complete the installation of the Java
environment. You can download updated versions of the Java Enabler from the
Rational Web site whenever support is added for new environments. To obtain
the most up-to-date Java support, simply rerun the Java Enabler.