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GRUC Webcast on August 21: What's in your (e) Wallet? Transforming payments and transactional capabilities.
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Date & Time: August 21, 2014, 011:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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Payments and transactional services present multiple ‘moments of truth’ for demanding clients who are often interacting with us anytime and anywhere. For financial services organizations, the 24/7 nature of the industry and its intense competition have made innovation and optimization of these capabilities critical. In this session, you will learn about the experiences of IBM clients in transforming their payments and transactional services with IBM Rational DevOps capabilities.
Learn how banks, brokerages and insurance firms are aligning the life cycles of legacy back offices with the agile sprints of the mobile payments development shops and value-added technology partners.
Bruce Baron, Financial Services Sector Offerings Leader, IBM
Peter Eeles, Financial Services Sector Industry Lead, IBM Rational Worldwide Tiger Team, IBM
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Verification Point implementation for Android mobile automation testing using IBM Rational Test Workbench
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In Rational Test Workbench, verification points are used to verify whether the expected behavior occurred during a playback of the test script or verify the state of a control or an object.
When you create a verification point, you are capturing information about a control or an object in the application to establish this as baseline information for comparison during playback.
During script playback, the property is compared to see whether any changes have occurred in the application, either intentionally or unintentionally. This is useful for identifying possible defects when an application has been upgraded for example. An error is reported if the expected behavior did not occur.
Verification points can be created for any of the object properties while recording a script or you can insert a verification point anytime in the script
Following are the Steps to create a verification point
Note: Edit Text has been selected as an object in below example.
In below pic verification point is created on Text and Is enabled attributes. Refer Pic 8:
8. Optionally select the Retry verification point until attribute is verified or time out expires and enter a value for the time out. The values in the graphic object and attributes lists are different for web UI apps and Android apps.
9. Save the test script and initiate the play back
Play back succeeds if the verification point conditions are met. If VP passes you would see the verification result in green color as mentioned in the below image.
Play back fails if the verification point conditions are not met and Fails. If VP fails you would see the verification result in red color as mentioned in the below image
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Getting to know the Rational Client Support process- This is an introduction to the IBM Rational Client Support process. Topics include contacting support and addressing PMR severity.