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Have you seen the latest document published on the topic of Single Sign-On (SSO) support with IBM Rational Asset Manager (RAM) on WebSphere Application Server (WAS)? Support Engineers are consistently asked whether RAM offers this technology. What is Single Sign On (SSO)? SSO is an authentication process that permits a user to enter one name and password in order to access multiple applications.
Rational Asset Manager (RAM) does not contain any implementation for Single sign-on (SSO). Authentication depends on WebSphere Application Server (WAS). If WAS authenticates a user, RAM also believes that the user is authenticated. Therefore, any SSO Support needs to come from WAS and not RAM. RAM has not tested Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), other TAI based, and other SSO scenarios that are supported by WAS. The published content contains a word attachment for step-by-step instructions to configure SSO with RAM (on WAS) and internal RTC.
Here's a snippet:
How to set:
Follow the link below to access the published content in its entirety below:
Executing functional test scripts in RFT for a file upload window renders an error and unexpected behavior
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While executing a functional test script in IBM Rational Functional Tester (RFT) for a file upload the window results in an error and the combo box is read only.
The code snippet is as follows:
The full error message is as follows:
exception_name = com.
Here's how you can resolve this:
The combo box control has a child textbox and this textbox is holding the file name entered.
1. Open Test Object Map.
2. Click on Test Object > Insert Objects...
3. Capture the combo box control using the Object Finder.
4. select the radio button Include all available objects on this window and clicked on Finish.
5. Select the Text: Edit control.
6. Right click on the control and choose Add to Script option.
7. Right click on the control in Script Explorer and select Insert at Cursor option
8. Add setText() on the control and execute the script.
The new code snippet is as follows:
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After you've created an automated test script in IBM Rational Functional Tester (RFT) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) you could run into the following error : JVM terminated Exit code=1. When you try to create the script again the same error occurs. You'll definitely need take a closer look and analyze the Java Core file produced by the JVM. The Java Core file will display the commands performed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). As a refresher, a Javacore file is a formatted text file that is created by the JVM during an event or created by manual intervention.
Here are a few steps that would describe how you can potentially run into this problem:
1. Install RFT 22.214.171.124 on the RHEL machine.
If you look at the Java Core file to review the full error message, you would see the below error or a variation of this error:
JVM terminated. Exit code=1
Here is what the Stack trace in the Java core dump looks like: