Place the following code to User.js of your test.

// Objects with these classes will be recorded
var obj_type_filter = { 
    "java.awt.Label": true,
    "java.awt.Button": true,
    "java.awt.Checkbox": true,
    "java.awt.TextField": true,
    "java.awt.Choice": true,
    "javax.swing.JButton": true

var saved_page_objects = {};

 * Records all child objects of the parent and saves them to a fileName. One can load those objects
 * for playback using Global.DoLoadObjects(fileName);
 * @param parent ID of an object from the Object Tree or SeSObject (e.g. derived from window handle).
 * @param fileName Name of a file where to save the captured objects.
function RecordPageObjects(/**onjectId|SeSObject*/ parent, /**string*/ fileName)
    g_recording = true;
    var obj = parent;
    if (typeof(parent) == "string")
        obj = SeS(parent);
    File.Write(fileName, 'var saved_script_objects = ' + JSON.stringify(saved_page_objects, function(name,val) { if (name != "cached_instance") return val; }, "\t"));

// Walking the object hierarchy
function RecordObject(obj)
    var cc = SeSGetJavaChildrenCount(obj.instance);
    for(var i = 0; i < cc; i++)
        var child = SeSGetJavaChildAt(obj.instance, i);
        var cObj = null;
            cObj = SeSTryMatch(child);
        catch(e) {}
        if (cObj)
            var objClass = SeSGetJavaComponentType(child);
            if (obj_type_filter[objClass])
                var stringifiedObject = cObj.serializeSeSObject();
                var objName = "";
                var postfix = "";
                var objInd = 1;
                    objName = cObj.getPreferredName() + postfix;
                    postfix = "" + objInd++;
                } while(saved_page_objects[objName]);
                saved_page_objects[objName] = JSON.parse(stringifiedObject);
            RecordObject(cObj); // recursion

Adjust obj_type_filter to include classes of objects you want to automatically learn.


Capture all Child Objects in a Window

var pageObjectsFileName = "Page.Objects.js";
var wnd = g_util.FindWindow("AUTJAVA", "regex:.*");
if (wnd)
    var cp = SeSGetJava(wnd);
    if (cp)
        var obj = SeSTryMatch(cp);
        RecordPageObjects(obj, pageObjectsFileName);

This snippet finds the top Java object related to a window with given title (AUTJAVA in this example) and learns all the child objects. The result is saved to a file (Page.Objects.js). Put this snippet to the Main.js file of your test.

Capture All Child Objects of an Object

You may learn parent object with Java Spy. Start recording from the toolbar, launch Spy, track the object you need (climb parents if needed) and use Learn Object button in the Spy.

Now frame0 object is in the Object Tree. Put the following snippet to Main.js and run.

var pageObjectsFileName = "Page.Objects.js";
RecordPageObjects("frame0", pageObjectsFileName);

After execution all sub-objects (recursively) of frame0 will be stored to Page.Objects.js.

Loading Objects for Playback

Once you captured objects to Page.Objects.js or(if you have multi-screen application) to a set of files with objects you may load them with Global.DoLoadObjects.

var pageObjectsFileName = "Page.Objects.js";

Also when all objects are captured you may merge them into the Objects.js with Object Manager.