Libraries are useful for extracting repeated code so that it does not have to be re-entered as a step or series of steps in each project; the project can simply utilize the library. Libraries differ from projects only in that they do not use a selector. This demo shows how to create a library, copy a project, inline a basic library and then use it as part of a simple pass/fail chain.
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Elissa Redmiles is a co-op with IBM Rational. She is soon to complete a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science and Psychology at the University of Maryland. Elissa's most recent focus has been on automation development with internal IBM products, product documentation and integrated technical marketing approaches for Rational Build Forge.