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Need help - including SeleniumFlexAPI.swc in Flex Application

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Need help - including SeleniumFlexAPI.swc in Flex Application

Post by senthilm.aynara on Thu Oct 08, 2009 2:29 pm

Hi,
In sample flex application(Flex3StyleExplorer), I have included
SeleniumFlexAPI.swc when building the application. which gives only a single swc file and it works fine.

But in my flex application, there are so many flex objects , Do i need to include SeleniumFlexAPI.swc in each flex objects in my application?


Thanks & Regards,
senthilm

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Re: Need help - including SeleniumFlexAPI.swc in Flex Application

Post by sudheer raj on Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:54 pm

To do this in Flex Builder or Eclipse:
1. Go to you project properties i.e. right click on the project and go to properties
2. Click on the "Flex Compiler" option from the list
3. Add the following text to the "Additional compiler arguments"

-include-files -include-libraries "libs\SeleniumFlexAPI.swc"

The text "libs\SeleniumFlexAPI.swc" may need to be "..\libs\SeleniumFlexAPI.swc"
depending on the relative path of your main MXML file.

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