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Troubleshoot the error "no remote agents in contact" in Rational Performance Tester 8.5- This is a troubleshooting video that covers the error "There are no remote agents in contact with this workbench" in IBM Rational Performance Tester 8.5.
Executing RIT test scripts from within HP Quality Center prompts the error: "Unable to start the tester process"
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This was an integration setup of IBM Rational Integration Tester (RIT) with HP's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tool. Both RIT v126.96.36.199 and HP-QC v11 are installed on separate server machines.
Test Scripts from RIT was exported into QC successfully. When these test was run in the QC's Test Lab module section, the test should have ideally invoked the RIT application process and function the execution process. However, in this specific scenario, the test execution process resulted the following error:
QC11 Plugin Path : C:\Program File
It was noticed that the previous GreenHat un-installation process did leave residual files of its own on the machine, due to which the RIT installation files did not picked up the appropriate executable correctly for the run made from HP-QC. A clean re-installation of RIT on the Citrix server did resolve this error.
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A scenario where it looked like IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) was not capturing the 'Refresh' actions. While trying to record a SAP Business Objects session using RPT through Internet Explorer, there were many application triggered 'Refresh' that took place.
The 'Refresh' process would take sometime to end and it appeared like a progress window, as seen below -
RPT was capturing the actions when the 'Refresh' button was manually clicked by the user. However, it looked like RPT was not capturing the actions when the application triggered the 'Refresh' action.
The server replies for the above requests were as below -
There are several such exchanges until the refresh had ended.
Interestingly, it was noticed that the same request was sent again and again during the active session of the "Refresh" progress window. Looking at the server replies, one would think that RPT is not capturing the 'Refresh' actions triggered by the application.
It seemed to be a little confusing looking at the the Client requests with empty html pages and its corresponding server replies. However, after analyzing the requests and corresponding responses, it could be noticed that the RPT script was simulating the below request by looping on -
Until the server could send -
It was also noticed that the Client was sending empty.html requests every 20 seconds until the Server returned a response to the initial POST request.
There was nothing "missing" in the test!!
You can notice that there is a POST request for 'processPromps.jsp' and a GET request for 'report.jsp. The request "report.jsp" might have been sent too soon. RPT will in fact wait until the initial POST's response is received before sending the report.jsp request since the dynamic data (such as the sEntry value) in the report.jsp URL are being extracted from the POST's response. Thus, the playback will automatically have the correct sync
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There is a new video available for IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE). This is a demonstration of using RPE extract a SV-1 from an IBM Rational Rhapsody UPDM sample model. The video is available on IBM Education Assistant for Rational and the IBM Rational User Education YouTube channel. Here is information on accessing the videos...
Thank you to Pritesh work on this video!
Here is a look at the YouTube version of the video in case you want to preview it here:
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Yes, it's the Independence Day holiday here in the US, and your faithful blog authors (at least those of us based in the U.S.) are off enjoying a long holiday weekend, complete with parades, fireworks, outdoor concerts, and backyard barbecues.