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If you're interested in the latest IBM SDK for Java 8.0, head over to the community and grab the files, then get involved! This new version of Java aims to provide Java SE 8.0 compatibility, while exploiting the unique capabilities of IBM platforms to achieve performance and usability improvements. If you'd like to take part in the IBM Java 8 beta just use this url to access the files: htt
This new version of Java aims to provide Java SE 8.0 compatibility, while exploiting the unique capabilities of IBM platforms to achieve performance and usability improvements.
If you'd like to take part in the IBM Java 8 beta just use this url to access the files: htt
vinayhs 270002JFCW Visits (1709)
In Rational Test RealTime (RTRT) I want to test function foo() in the sample source code, where I will expect stub call some_Task(), but some_Task() function is present in endless loop.
To handle this endless loop, in order to do that I need to foreclose exit through RTRT from function foo().
I can use setjmp()/longjmp functionality to "exit" a test under certain condition. If some_Task() is stubbed then it can be done.
The below steps explain how to resume the execution of the test script when user code has reached an handled exception:
- stub the function that would put the user program in 'stopped' mode or 'exit'
- resume the execution of the test (using setjmp/longjmp combination)
First of all, the ptu has to include the header file <setjmp.h>
Note the use of '@' that would prevent the PTU parser to search for this file.
At this stage, the compiler header files might not be available.
Then, the setjmp structure has to be declared:
DEFINE STUB PTU_globalvar
Then, a user function has to be stubbed :
DEFINE STUB STUB_c
Then, in the test code include :
@if( ! setjmp( failure_setjump) )
This should help in forming a test case to handle the endless loops.
AcdntlPoet 2700019V2G Visits (1709)
You won't want to miss the following items that went live last week on developerWorks Rational! From articles to trials to webcasts, to featured authors, you'll find the best information right here:
Rational Focal Point 6.6 OSLC service provider capabilities
Best practices for systems and software development
IBM Rational solution for systems and software engineering
Source control process recipes for Rational Team Concert
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Rational Method Composer: http
Rational Team Concert: http
Richa Awasthy lives in Sydney, Australia and works with the IBM Asia Pacific Support Team at the Cumberland State Forest office. She is committed to helping you succeed in your job. She actively blogs, participates in forum activity, and writes developerWorks articles. Her career at IBM began in 2006 when she started as a developer. Now, several years later, she has experience with Rational Functional Tester, Rational Integration Tester, and Flex application testing. Not one to stop there, Richa is now learning about DB2. In her spare time, Richa enjoys reading with a cup of coffee in hand and music playing in the background. Saving the environment is another interest of hers. Sounds like Richa is set to conquer the world.
mquimby 060001FAVB Visits (1708)
There is a new video available for IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE). This is a demonstration of using RPE extract a SV-1 from an IBM Rational Rhapsody UPDM sample model. The video is available on IBM Education Assistant for Rational and the IBM Rational User Education YouTube channel. Here is information on accessing the videos...
Thank you to Pritesh work on this video!
Here is a look at the YouTube version of the video in case you want to preview it here:
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Food! Lots and lots of food. And drink.
Lie Detectors! (more System Z magic)
Live streaming Twitter!
And lots of fun!
Opening keynote at 8am tomorrow ... be there!