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Rational Fuctional Tester: How to access Class methods


Dhiraj Shetty (111) | asked Jan 26 '17, 10:13 a.m.

Dear Forum Members,

We are testing an application that uses a modified version of Java Tree. This (custom class) tree exposes its own public methods that can be used to browse/search the tree.

Is there any way that RFT can access the public methods exposed by an object's class. This is possible in UFT.

Regards, Dhiraj.

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Ara Masrof (3.2k15) | answered Jan 26 '17, 11:04 a.m.
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 Your best bet is to post this question on the  IBM Developer Works site: there is a forum specific to Functional testing

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Dhiraj Shetty commented Jan 26 '17, 11:19 a.m.

Dear Ara,


Thanks. I have done that. 


No answer as of yet. Would help to know any additional forums (as per your experience )

Regards, 
Dhiraj. 


Dhiraj Shetty commented Jan 26 '17, 11:22 a.m.

 Dear Ara,


Thanks. I have done that. 


No answer as of yet. Would help if you can recommend any additional forums (as per your experience )

Regards, 
Dhiraj. 


Ara Masrof commented Jan 26 '17, 11:24 a.m.
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 Dhiraj,

Unfortunately, this is a CLM/Jazz forum; the expertise in regards to the Testing Tools (RFT, RPT...etc) would be in the Developer Works forum 

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