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Pleased to announce the publication of a new IBM Redbook: Rational Application Developer V7.5 Programming Guide.
This book is a collaboration of several Rational Application Developer subject matter experts, including Rational Client Support's own Lara Ziosi and Henry Cui.
This IBM Redbooks™ publication is a programming guide that highlights the features and tooling included with Rational Application Developer v7.5. Many of the chapters provide working examples that demonstrate how to use the tooling to develop applications, as well as achieve the benefits of visual and rapid application development
Table of Contents:
Part 1. Introduction to Rational Application Developer
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (1556)
The good folks at ibm.com have just released a new feature which displays the results of our Rate This Page surveys at the top of each document page, like so:
Now, you too can see what feedback has been received on our documentation. As Rate This Page surveys are received, the results are processed, and will be displayed for those technotes.
So this is a good time for me to repeat my call for feedback on the content you find and use on Rational's support pages on ibm.com. Your feedback helps us determine what content is useful and relevant, and what content is not ... so we can fix it! :-)
We're off to see the wizard!
Finally! The 2009 Rational Software Conference is almost here!
We've been primping and preening and prepping and polishing, and this weekend, Rational Support will join thousands of Rational Software fans in travelling to Orlando for what is SURE to be a fun and informative week.
Some stuff I'm looking forward to...
and MOST of all,
If you can't make the conference, hopefully you can follow along at home via the RSC@Home Keynote replays, a Remote RSC event near you, or just follow along HERE, where I'll be live-blogging the event.
AND, we have aflickr pool created. Please join and add your conference photos!
Looking forward to meeting you at the conference!
Jazz.net is live with a completely reworked and improved website
The new Jazz.net site includes the addition of Rational Requirements Composer, Quality Manager, and Focal Point for Project Management. We have done what you asked for and made much more of our Jazz Development open and transparent. Now clients and community members will be able to enjoy the benefits of transparent development but no longer just for Rational Team Concert. Now you can participate with us in shaping plans, prioritizing fixes, and interacting directly with our expanding Jazz Development Team for three new Jazz Products. See http://jazz.net/ for the complete details
eGuide now on Jazz.net
IBM Rational support has taken all the best links from our RSDC eGuide mini-CD and posted them online at http
Check it out!
Soumya Y Shanthimohan 270004GAQS Visits (97)
First, make sure to have gone through the prerequisites for SAP testing. Refer the below link -
As you see in the link, you can have a maximum of only 50 virtual users on an agent for a SAP GUI test.
Beyond that, failures such as "connection errors", "SAP GUI Component not found" and "Invalid arguments" will start occurring during playback.
This is a result of how SAP has implemented the test automation API in SAP GUI.
Depending upon the script's complexity and the number of GUI components that are part of the script's scenario, it is likely that a script can be played back for only a lesser number of users. These limitations arise out of the SAP automation framework and not Rational Performance Tester (RPT) tool itself. The limitation holds good for other testing tools as well.
Since the limitation is on the on number of users per engine Java process, I tried setting up multiple agent engines in the same physical machine. This involved creation of multiple host aliases in the agent machine and then adding those hosts as locations to be used in user groups (Vertically Scaling an agent machine).
I personally saw that high capacity machine with multiple Agents did not resolve the issue.
Below are some recommendations while load testing a SAP GUI