TestComplete samples (both built-in and additional) are located in the <Users>\Public\Public Documents\TestComplete 15 Samples folder.
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TestComplete lets you test Java applications that run on 32-bit and 64-bit Java Runtime Environment (JRE). You can record and play back UI actions, create checkpoints to verify that the application works correctly, create data-driven tests and other types of tests.
This section contains information specific to Java application testing. For general information about creating and running automated tests with TestComplete, refer to the Working With TestComplete section.
In This Section
Testing Java Applications - Overview
Requirements for Testing Java Applications
Preparing Java Web Start Applications for Testing With TestComplete
Addressing Objects in Java Applications
Support for Java Applications' Controls
Accessing Native Methods of Java Objects
Adding Java and JavaFX Applications to the List of Tested Applications
Adding Java Web Start Applications to the List of Tested Applications
Troubleshooting Java Applications
Related Topics of Interest
TestComplete Unit Tests - Java Applications
Running JUnit and TestNG Unit Tests and Selenium Tests Created With JUnit or TestNG
Calling Functions From Java Classes
TestComplete includes a sample test project that demonstrates how to test the sample Java application created with the Swing Java library:
For information about the sample applications and test projects included in TestComplete, see TestComplete Samples.