I'm using RFT 8.2.1 with Windows XP in the goal to test an Eclipse application.
When I playback my test suite, the eclipse application is opened, the test try to open a file inside the eclipse application using the full path; this path is composed using a local variable and the application path (get by using the function "ConfigurationManager.getDefaultConfig().getApplicationList().getApplications()" : the problem is located in this function, it return null.
It seems that via the GUI, the list of application get from Application Configuration Tool is empty.
Who can help me to fix this issue.
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Updated on 2012-11-08T17:32:43Z at 2012-11-08T17:32:43Z by SystemAdmin
Re: RFT dont return the application path2012-11-05T17:32:05Z in response to SystemAdminHello Nizar,
I've just tried to add this lione just before the line you mentionned and it seems to work (see below)
Vector currappls = ConfigurationManager.getCurrentConfig().getApplicationList().getApplications();
Vector appls = ConfigurationManager.getDefaultConfig().getApplicationList().getApplications();
Don't ask me how :)
Note that I also modified the JRE used by RFT for record/playback to 16.0.0_u17 as described here: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21299641
Now the Application Configuration Tool stores every new AUT inserted manually (RFTCFG file no more overridden)
Hope this helps.
Re: RFT dont return the application path2012-11-08T17:32:43Z in response to SystemAdminSorry for off-topic, but you may be interested to look at this tool for Eclipse application GUI testing. Xored Q7, http://www.xored.com/products/q7/
It's a crazy-productive, single person can easily create 20-30 new UI tests per day, while maintaining test base of thousands... It just works with Eclipse RCP, GEF, GMF, Nebula, and even RAP, and it worth to give it a try.