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Software Test Engineering with IBM Rational Functional Tester: The Definitive Resource by Marc van Lint, Larry Quesada, Jeffrey R. Bocarsly, Chip Davis, Daniel Chirillo, Daniel Gouveia, Fariz Saracevic, Lee B. Thomas

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Chapter 15. Using Rational Functional Tester in a Linux Environment

Chip Davis, Lee B. Thomas, Marc van Lint

This chapter describes how to use Rational Functional Tester (RFT) on a Linux system. There is one significant difference: There is no “Red button” to record. This chapter describes the steps to install Rational Functional Tester and create a basic script. For details on all other topics, use the Java examples that are provided throughout this book.

Although this chapter uses the term “Linux,” IBM does not provide support for using Rational Functional Tester on all Linux distributions. At the time of this writing, particular versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux (SLES and SLED) are supported. This chapter shows examples ...

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