You’ve heard the call to "get engaged". I’ve even blogged about the need to become more digitally social in order to build your career. Well, here’s another step to take to further build your own digital eminence: Start blogging as a way to share your expertise and knowledge. To help you do that, here’s a presentation I posted to slideshare.net with a HUGE thanks to both Duffy Fron and Kelly Smith for the collaboration on this deck:
Recently, while working on IBM Rational Integration tester v8.5.1, an attempt was made to execute a few windows "Run" command parameters such as netstat –e | find “Bytes”. Interestingly, when you execute the windows "Find" command, you notice both the Standard Output and Standard Error sections reporting no output data. Thereby resulting Exit code = 1 error.
Following are the set of actions performed under RIT:
Launch RIT >> Open Test
In the test steps added a new Run test action
Open the Run test action
Select the Connection option as "Local"
Enter the details as netstat –e | find “Bytes”
Click command button "Test"
However when the same command parameter is executed outside RIT, on a windows command line, you should see the following kind of output.
A possible cause for this behavior to occur under RIT is well documented here. However there exists a work-around for this behavior as well.
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