Rational integration Tester - Saving the results of a "Hello World" Test Suite
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After reading this you should be able to save the results of a simple "Hello World" test in a Results Database and view those Test Results within Rational® Integration Tester.
Note: It is assumed that you're read Rati
The results database
Rational Integration Tester test results are stored in a database. Supported database providers are IBM DB2, MS SQL, MySQL and Oracle. For the purposes of this example I downloaded and installed DB2-Express-C - this is the freely available Community Edition of IBM's DB2 database offering.
Installing as root and running db2setup creates several users and an instance of db2. Make note of the user ids created and passwords used.
A database instance created is db2inst1 and is owned by user db2inst1.
Creating the results database "RITRES"
Open the RIT Project
There are six perspectives of a project that are presented to the user.
For the purposes of this test we'll be only looking at Test Factory, Test Lab & Results Gallery
Associate the Results Database with the RIT Project
Creating a test suite
Only the results of tests that are part of a suite are recorded in the results database.
Add "Hello World" test to the test suite
Run the Suite within RIT
As well as being displayed in the Task Monitor the results are added to the Results Database
View the results in the Results Database
The results may be exported.