Recently, I came across a problem in QTP automation – failing to identify controls within DataGrid. The problem was occurring with one of our legacy application, using Flex SDK 3.5 (yes, its truly legacy). The issue was almost driving nuts, as DataGrid in quite a few other modules were working proplery with QTP, while one of the screen was failing in object detection.
Few days back, one of our automation tester came across a weird problem in Flex 4 application. We could able to set the selected item for the dropdowns which are not having scrollbars, but the ones having scrollbars were not able to set the appropriate item.
I was looking for a way to change the default orientation of Tabs displayed in TabNavigator and couldn’t find one. So I thought of looking into the code of mx.containers.TabNavigator to see if it provides any hook to extend the functionality and luckily, I found its possible to change the orientation.
Flex datagrid is nice option to display data in tabular format and with built-in features like sort, rearrange column position and customize each columns with renderers/editors, it makes developers life easy to built user friendly application in quick time. But most of the time, those who have coded in Flex, must have noticed that the datagrid just doesnt work properly when row information is updated. Consider following scenario.
1. Datagrid uses ItemEditor to update Collection bound as dataprovider.
2. A change in value of one of the column, involves updates to values displayed in other columns.
In 2nd step, user may change value in one of the column, which will internally result in change in value displayed in other columns. One can easily achieve that using itemEditEnd event but most of the time the updates are not reflected. Consider following code
Most of you, must have customized Flex DataGrid using custom item editors, may be to format an information or to group multiple controls in one column. Customizing appearance of DataGrid cells is one of the powerful feature of Flex and comes to the rescue of developer. This article discusses one of the problem faced by the developers while implementing customized item editor.
This time one more assignment to integrate Spring APIs with Jboss MQ. After reading through Spring documentation, I found its pretty easy to integrate any Messaging Provider solution into Spring application.
Configuring JMS Topic in JBoss
To create new JMS Topic destination you should configure new topic destination in [deploy_directory]/deploy/jms/jbossmq-destinations-service.xml. Following code snippet creates new Topic Destination.