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Using IBM Rational Functional Tester in the Rational Test Workbench Eclipse Client- In this video you will learn how you can work with functional test scripts in the Rational Test Workbench Eclipse Client. We will cover:
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The Rational Test Workbench family of products includes
These products have optional components and sometimes it's hard to figure out which package to down load to get everything needed for one of the products.
The components are available individually but they're also bundled into three offerings
RTW (Rational Test Workbench) Offering contains
RPTS (Rational Performance Test Server) Offering contains
RTVS (Rational Test Virtualization Server) Offering contains
Note that some of the individual products are available in two different offerings. In addition some of the optional components for a product requires obtaining two of the three offerings.
For example, to get Rational Performance Tester you'll want the Rational Test Workbench Offering and then the Rational Performance Tester Agent from either the RPTS or RTVS offering.
The complete set of four components for Rational Integration Tester are:
1. Rational Integration Tester (RIT)
2. Rational Integration Tester Agent (RITA)
3. Rational Integration Tester Platform Pack (RITPP)
4. Rational Tester Control Panel (RTCP)
It doesn't matter which offerings these components are obtained, as long as you get all four of them. For Rational Integration Tester customers I usually recommend getting the Rational Test Workbench offering which includes RIT, RITPP, RTCP, and then either the RPTS or RTVS component to get the Rational Integration Tester Agent.
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While working with Rational Functional Tester (RFT) on Firefox browsers, if enablement test failures are observed, then I follow the below steps to resolve them. These can be checked to avoid enablement issues.
1 Launch RFT as Administrator.
2 Make sure same version of JRE is enabled in RFT and the Firefox browser.
Refer the links on how to enable JRE and browser in RFT http
3 Launch the Java Control Panel from Control panel and verify the Java version
4 The version should be the same which is enabled in RFT and browser . If that is not the case, then Add the correct version and enable it.
5 If Security Level under Security Tab is set to Very High or High , then set to Medium or low
6 Under the Advanced tab, make sure the settings are as below:
Console can be hidden later , but enabling it will help to ensure that correct version of JRE is associated with the browser (remember that there could be multiple JRE associated with the browser). Disable next-Generation Plug-in unless it is compulsory.
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Chrome enablement may seem to fail consistently even after configuring the enablement settings in IBM Rational Functional Tester (RFT).
When you enable the Google Chrome browser through RFT, you would be prompted with following warning messages:
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In a scenario where more than one Html.Table controls are present in a web page and the recognition properties of the table controls are not enough to distinguish them individually, then the best possible method to capture the table controls are to capture the parent control first and then retrieve these table controls as a child of the parent, provided the parent control has unique recognition property values.
While capturing the table control using the below code snippet, Rational Functional Tester (RFT) may throw the following error message:
This is because, getChildren() can retrieve all the mappable and non-mappable controls of a parent. If there are any other non-mappable controls present in between the html.DIV and Html.TABLE that can also be retrieved by getChildren().
RootTestObject root = getR
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Here's the most recent list of the latest and greatest downloads which have gone live from Rational Support since August 28th! These links below are provided to help you find the fixes you need in order to stay up to date and successful with your Rational products.... Plus, don't forget to check out the downloads tag to see any of the fixes you may have previously missed:
image credit: (c) 2012 WaywardCelt Photography
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As many of us are in the last weeks of summer break, getting ready to head back to school or get the kids ready, we're still pushing headlong forwards to make sure you get the best information you need to get your job done and get it done right the first time. Our awesome developerWorks authors are always focused on producing the right information you need... so here you go, the following articles and trials went live last week on developerWorks Rational:
Use Rational Quality Manager to manage lab assets in virtual environments
Manage test data more effectively with Rational Quality Manager 4.0.1
Create an automation framework for an HTML-based application
UML Model Metric Analysis rules-based generation of class diagrams
Rapid JPA development with Rational Application Developer
Reconcile, a new feature in Rational Quality Manager
IBM Rational Quality Manager
Webcast: IBM DevOps Solution: Continuous business planning to get cost out and agility in
Webcast: IBM DevOps Solution: Collaborative development to spark innovation and integration among teams
Webcast: IBM DevOps Solution: Continuous testing to save costs and improve application quality
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As we're knee-deep in preparations for Innovate, IBM's Technical Summit, we're still committed to getting you the best information we can to help you be successful with our products an in your daily work. To that end, here's the articles, featured downloads and upcoming webcasts that went live on developerWorks Rational last week:
Plan and design for product variants for long-term success
Server-side mobile application development with IBM MobileFirst, Part 2
Manually merge Rational Functional Tester scripts into an existing automation suite
IBM Rational Functional Tester: http
IBM Rational Software Architect: http
IBM Rational Application Deve
Webcast Tomorrow May 17: Requirements reuse in DOORS: http
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Hot off the presses once again, here are the top twenty technotes used by our Support Engineers to help assist you with your reported PMRs in April 2013:
Stay tuned for more product specific lists for RTC, RQM, Focal Point, and Change!
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Here's more of the latest and greatest downloads which have gone live from Rational Support since March 28th; presented below to help you find the fixes you need and stay up to date with your Rational products.... and don't forget to check out the downloads tag to see the fixes you may have missed:
image credit: (c) 2012 WaywardCelt Photography