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Verification Point Data in a Desktop Swing Tables Java Application

Verification Point Data in a Desktop Swing Tables Java Application

Verification Point Data in a Desktop Swing Tables Java Application

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I would greatly appreciate any help or advice on how to capture data (i.e. numbers in a table resembling excel) that is part of the Swing Java GUI for my desktop Java application. It seems when I choose the table as a verification point that it only gathers properties of the table, like size, height, width, location etc. I need to be able to gather baseline data on the data in the columns and rows to compare to with the same dataset but altered analytics in regression tests. I have seen some proxy setups that appear to be doing this but maybe it is only with an Oracle and Seibel or SAP table HTML. This is a desktop, no HTML tables or web, Java application that calculates complex analytics and places them in tables. Any help with this would be immensely appreciated. Thank you for your time.
Regards,
Tom

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