During autotest execution ( lib is used to interact with Java GUI elements) address data is entered and button 'Search for address' is pressed. At some addresses notification dialog with progressbar are displayed:

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Code of submitAddress function:

public void submitAddress(JFrameOperator flsFrame) {
    // II
    JButtonOperator searchByAddressButton = new JButtonOperator(flsFrame, Chooser.chooseButtonByToolTipText("Открыть квартиру"));

    long start = System.currentTimeMillis();

    JTabbedPaneOperator tab = new JTabbedPaneOperator(flsFrame, 0);
    long time = System.currentTimeMillis() - start;
    System.out.println("\nAddress has not been found within " + time + "ms\n");

When I set breakpoint on JtabbedPane initialization, execution pointer does not come to it untill I press OK on notification dialog. So the test is halting at searchByAddressButton.clickMouse();

I tried to set following timeouts to 5000 milliseconds but it was in vain (full list of timeouts at jemmy.java.net):

  • Test.WholeTestTimeout
  • ComponentOperator.WaitComponentTimeout
  • ActionProducer.MaxActionTime
  • DialogWaiter.WaitDialogTimeout
  • EventDispatcher.WaitQueueEmptyTimeout
  • EventDispatcher.WaitQueueEmptyTimeout
  • QueueTool.WaitQueueEmptyTimeout
  • QueueTool.LockTimeout
  • ButtonOperator.PushButtonTimeout
  • JProgressBarOperator.WaitValueTimeout

using the following code:

JemmyProperties.setCurrentTimeout("Test.WholeTestTimeout", 5000);

As you see even the whole test timeout does not help to identify that test is strucked at searchByAddressButton.clickMouse();

Any advices, suggestions?

Temporary solution

Set test execution timeout in test annotation

@Test(timeOut = 30000)
public void testOpenFlsTabs() throws Exception {

The solution is to use NoBlock operation (.pushNoBlock();, .pushMenuNoBlock("File|Open");) with manually set timer ComponentOperator.WaitComponentTimeout and checking for any new component that should appear in GUI:

JemmyProperties.setCurrentTimeout("ComponentOperator.WaitComponentTimeout", 5000); // 5 seconds
new JTabbedPaneOperator(flsFrame, 0);   // check that new object has appeared (in 5 seconds)
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