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Software Test Engineering with IBM Rational Functional Tester: The Definitive Resource by Marc van Lint, Larry Quesada, Jeffrey R. Bocarsly, Chip Davis, Daniel Chirillo, Daniel Gouveia, Fariz Saracevic, Lee B. Thomas

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Chapter 8. Handling Unsupported Domain Objects

Chip Davis

This chapter discusses how you can use Rational Functional Tester with applications and systems that contain interface objects that do not automatically work well with automated tests. These objects can be from old applications, customized or modified interfaces, or less common controls that are not currently supported by Rational Functional Tester.

Rational Functional Tester and Unsupported Objects

Several things must occur for Rational Functional Tester to create and execute an automated test script that interacts with an application made up of objects:

• The test script must have a reference to a given object; this is typically created by the recorder and stored in a test object map. ...

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