Re: Scripts truly portable to Linux?
I heard object map is a problem and you might have to rebuild and renamethe few objects...
Scripts truly portable to Linux?
I've recently started working on a project coded in Java (AWT/Swing) which is fielded on both WinNT/2000/XP and Linux (Redhat). I've seen in IBM's site that with Rational Function Tester (a.k.a Rational XDE Tester [a.k.a RobotJ] [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] ), the tests you generate/create, being Java, can be ported to Linux boxes.
I'm just wondering if anyone here has done so, and if so are there any pitfalls or caveats I should be aware of and look for when I download a trial version? (I'm waiting to get my test lab - OK cube - set up with the requisite PCs before I download the 15-day trial.)
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