We have a new white paper that covers the Rational Token Licensing concept. Check it out!
Author: Edwin Stalin
Abstract: This white paper describes how Rational Token based licensing works. This paper includes information on token based license advantages, license key generation, logging, and frequently asked questions.
Announcing the General Availability of Rational License Key Server version 8.1.2. This release extends the "Borrow" capability to Rational products so that you can 'borrow' a license for an extended period of time and continue working while disconnected from the network. Please refer to the Rational Common Licensing Information Center for more information on Borrow and how to use it on different platforms. In addition, this release focused on defect and APAR fixe
You can download RLKS 8.1.2 here: http Select the appropriate option, then scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Continue". Follow the instruction to progress through the rest of the selection and download steps. IBM Rational License Key Serv
Select the appropriate option, then scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Continue". Follow the instruction to progress through the rest of the selection and download steps.
IBM Rational License Key Serv
Check out these newly published videos for IBM Rational Performance Tester.
On 12 August 2014, IBM
SQA Robot is part of SQA TeamTest . This bundle consists of SQA Robot and SQA Tester.
Since version 2002.05.00, Rational added a function SQAV
IBM Rational Robot Version 184.108.40.206 introduced the OpenComparator function in stand-alone mode. This version also introduced support for 64-bit operating system and made the step into the 64-bit world possible after the end of life of Windows XP. See The
Thanks to Hari, this was all possible.
Robot and her husbands
Consciously or unconsciously, we see history lightly in the form of a conflict between the old and the new. - Johan Huizinga.
Are you using IBM Rational Robot? Robot will go end of life 30 April 2016. That means that IBM no longer supports Robot. In this post I will point out what that could mean to you.
Robot has been out for more than 15 years. Since that time the software world has been changing rapidly and still is developing at breakneck speed. For many present-day applications, Robot is no longer the right tool. For example, Robot is a 32-bit tool. As such, Robot cannot work with 64-bit applications.
A European customer has used Robot from the beginning of this century to monitor their web applications. At that time, only Robot integrated with Tivo
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Therefore I think that a gradual switch over to RFT and RPT would be the best option I can think of. When you decommission an application that you have tested with Robot, you can replace Robot with RFT or RPT for the replacement. The same might apply when you make far-reaching changes to your applications.
Hopefully this post helps you to think about the future of your testing activities. If you'd like to discuss this further, leave a comment here or connect with me on Twitter @GunangWaney. You can also open a service request against IBM support, preferably before 30 April 2016.