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    XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    Hi All,

    I have a Java project on a ECLIPSE IDE using SWT and is running on Window.

    First Approach:
    Using .exe triggers my java project, but the XDE tester is not recording.
    configuration:
    Name:eclipse
    Kind:executable
    Path:C:\RapidApplication
    Executable:eclipse.exe


    Second Approach:
    Tried to use the jar file configuration:
    Namerg.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
    Kind:java
    Path:C:\RapidApplication\
    Executable:c:\RapidApplication\startup.jar

    Error Message:
    Exception: com.rational.test.ft.script.RunException: Error reading JAR file [c:\RapidApplication\startup.jar]: The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect


    Has anyone come across this sitution?

    Thanks

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    Re: XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    Hi,

    Have you used XDE before? If so, then you've probably checked this, but if not try this first. Go to "Configure" then "Enable environments for testing" then ensure that:

    a) The JRE that your app is using is listed
    b) It is "enabled"

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    Re: XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply. Yes, I am a new user. I am currently trying to propose a automated tool for our eclipse based project.

    Yes, the JRE used in our application is enabled.
    I still get the same error message as my original post.

    Could you provide any further advice?

    Thanks.

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    Re: XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    Hmm, I'm not sure. You are automating an application that runs in Eclispe; that might be a little funny, because XDE is Eclipse/Java and it can't see itself (by design I'm sure). The problem could be caused by any number of things.

    As you are just evaluating the product, I'd give IBM a call directly. It's amazing how much support you get when there is the prospect of sales on the horizon. However, this means that you have to give your contact details to sales wienies... :-(

    Application integration can be a nightmare. One project I was involved in had two years of trying to get reliable integration before I had the misfortune of getting involved... ;-)

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    Re: XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    You can use XDE Tester to test Eclipse-based applications, but there is special setup. From the the documetation:

    To test an Eclipse 2.0-based application in XDE Tester, you must perform two major tasks:

    1. Install XDE Tester and the application-under-test in separate instances of the Eclipse 2.0 shell.

    2. Enable the application for testing by XDE Tester.

    Configuring XDE Tester to Test Eclipse 2.0-Based Applications
    To configure XDE Tester and the application-under-test so that each runs in its own instance of the Eclipse 2.0 shell:

    1. In XDE Tester, open the Application Configuration tool by selecting Configure > Configure Applications for Testing.

    2. In the Application Configuration Tool dialog box, click Add.

    3. In the Add Application dialog box, select Executable or Batch File and click Next.

    4. In the File Edit dialog box, insert the full path name of the Eclipse 2.0 executable, which is either of the following, depending on the type of application that is installed:

    <drive letter>:\<path>\eclipse.exe
    or
    <drive letter>:\<path>\wsappdev.exe

    Enabling Eclipse 2.0-Based Applications for Testing

    To enable the application for testing by XDE Tester, copy the com.rational.test.ft.enabler.wsw_2.0.0 plug-in (typically found in C:\Program Files\Rational\XDE Tester\eclipse\plugins) to the plugins directory of the of the Eclipse-based application you want to test; for example, C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere Studio\eclipse\plugins.

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    Re: XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    Good post chirillo, thanks for sharing that!

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    Re: XDE Tester Configuration with a Java Applciation

    Thank you guys.

    Yes, XDE tester does require some special configuration for Eclipse based applications.

 

 

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