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Here's today's reminder of the upcoming RCS session! Keep an eye here tomorrow as we post the final day's reminders at 7:30am EDT to help you plan the day during breakfast! And don't forget, you can always check out the full RCS sessions list in our prior post here.
We've got four great sessions by seven great RCS peeps for you today!
So go on, add the session(s) to your
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It was back to school for many last week and into this week as well. Now that the barbecue has cooled, kids are off learning, and the house is quiet once again, let's take the opportunity to focus and get some of those administrative tasks we've all been putting off dealt with once and for all. That in mind, let us help! On the tail of yesterday's post guiding you through Fix Central downloads, here's a list of the latest downloads over the past few weeks from Rational Support to help you find the fixes you need:
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We have a lot in store for you this week, so grab a cuppa and settle in, ready to devour as much new information as you can!
From interactive demos, to larger scope articles on making government matter, as well as deeper dives into the lates information on Rational Host Access Transformation Services (HATS), we think you'll find at least one of these articles below highly valuable for your business today!
Without further ado, the following items went live on developerWorks Rational this week:
This week developerWorks Rational is also highlighting the following items on their home page and product pages that you may find of interest. Check out the other great resources highlighted over there, covering topics from interactive demos to testing, cost reduction to improving government, as well as a great gob of information on the Rational Host Access Transformation Services home page!
On the developerWorks Rational Home page:
On the Rational Host Access Transformation Services home page:
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Let us help get you excited for Innovate 2011; it's just under a month away now!
First and foremost, in case you missed it, on May 5th IBM Rational hosted an exclusive webcast featuring IBM Evangelist, Brian Bryson and IBM Fellow, Grady Booch providing an Insider's guide to IBM Innovate. This 35-minute webcast touched on the questions newbies (and some veterans) might have about what to expect when they get to Orlando. The best part? All attendees for the webcast received a code that provides them with $300 off of registration for Innovate. Think you missed out? Guess again! This webcast (and promo code) is now available on-demand. Tune in now to get it before it's gone: http
Still not convinced? Wondering why Innovate is so awesome? Hear about it straight from this year's host, Gina Poole. This 3 minute video features IBM Rational's VP of Marketing talking about what attendees will gain from participation in this years event.
How about this one... Are you a geek
Want even more information on the Coolest Software Ever contest? This fantastic, first of it's kind (for Innovate anyway) contest, sponsored by Spigit, is now live on Facebook. Users can find all of the details via the link on the left navigation of our Facebook page or from the link on the Innovate landing page: http
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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