Release notes - IBM Rational Test Workbench Web UI Tester, Version 9.1.1


Rational® Test Workbench Web UI Tester allows you to quickly create and run functional tests for web applications. It provides a recording and natural language scripting environment for testing HTML5 and JQuery-based browser applications on Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Microsoft Edge. It also provides support for heterogeneous compound tests and test automation with keywords from IBM® Rational Quality Manager.

What's new in version

Experimental features in version

What's new in version 9.1.1

System requirements

For system requirements specific to this release of Rational Test Workbench Web UI Tester, see the system requirements document.

Installing the product

You must install version 9.1 and then update to version 9.1.1. You cannot install version 9.1.1

For installation instructions, see Installing the product.

Known limitations

The known problems are documented in the download document. Select a download document from

Known problems are also documented in the form of individual technotes in the Support Knowledge Base at Troubleshooting documentation for Rational Test Workbench. As problems are discovered and resolved, the knowledge base is updated. By searching the knowledge base, you can quickly find workarounds or solutions to problems.

Contacting IBM Rational Software Support

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