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importing an RFT script from an external sources looses the adapter type

Silvia Mesturino (1162429) | asked Jun 04 '13, 9:47 a.m.
Can somebody help ? We have test scripts of type Rational Functional Tester on a local source and on an external source. While importing the script from the internal source preserves the adapter type, in case of the external source this is converted to RQM-KEY-CMD-APTR-TYPE-NAME (which is command line). Can somebody tell me how we can set the adapter type ?

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Deepa Doraswamy (4712) | answered Jun 06 '13, 5:39 a.m.
Hi Silvia,
I wasn't able to reproduce this on the latest version of RQM. Which version of RQM are you on? When you are importing the scripts, there is a drop down to select the adapter type on top. Did you choose RFT there?

Silvia Mesturino commented Jun 11 '13, 8:37 a.m.

We are using QM 4.0.2 (I20130223_0049). No, there is no drop down to select the adapter. The dialog looks very different from the one used for local resources.

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Ara Masrof (3.2k15) | answered Jun 11 '13, 9:53 a.m.
When you perform a Test Script import from the QM GUI (Construction -> Import -> Test Script) there will be a drop-down menu regardless on whether you are importing from a local resource or shared resource
The default will be 'Command Line' (as seen below)
You would need to select 'Rational Functional Tester' from the drop-down list to set the adapter type...could it be that these were imported as Command line type (i.e the RFT was not selected)?

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