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Unable to record manual Test script using RFT 8.5 adapter for executable applications


Moses Sadiki (377) | asked Feb 19 '14, 10:01 a.m.
 We hv RQM 4.0.4 running on windows 2008 server, We are unable to record manual test steps using RFT 8.5.0 adapter on executable application (.exe) developed using Visual Basic.net .However we can record steps on Java and Web applications. 

With .exe applications it only records the first step of opening application but it does not capture screenshot. Please assist


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Sunil Kumar R (1.1k13344) | answered Feb 19 '14, 10:43 p.m.
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edited Feb 19 '14, 10:44 p.m.
Hello Moses, currently the RQM - MTSR option (using RFT recorder engine) supports application types such as HTML, Java only. It does not support .exe types yet.  Here is the document with this information.

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Moses Sadiki (377) | answered Feb 20 '14, 3:08 a.m.
Thanks Sunil, Is there work around to record script from RFT and save/import it to RQM with stetps and screenshot.

The application that we are testing was developed using visual basic.net

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Sunil Kumar R (1.1k13344) | answered Feb 20 '14, 3:26 a.m.
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 Moses, Yes - you can use the simplified scripting option in RFT and create scripts in RFT to be later driven (executed) through RQM using the RFT-RQM integration.

Here are couple of links with details:-


Best Regards, Sunil

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Leesen Padayachee (9959120) | answered Feb 20 '14, 4:14 a.m.
Hi Sunil


Is there a way to get those screenshots onto RQM, I see that RQM just kicks off a RFT script, which still runs in RFT.

What we are trying to achieve is, for the screenshots to appear in a Test Script as if the Manual Testers added it themselves.

Please let me know if thats possible.

Thanks

Leesen

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