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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 11. Testing Specialized Applications

Fariz Saracevic, Lee B. Thomas

Rational Functional Tester is capable of testing a large variety of application types. In most cases, you use Rational Functional Tester in exactly the same manner, even though the applications can be built using different technologies. However, in some cases, you need to provide a lot of capability out of the box (for example, Swing, SWT, HTML, .NET, and so on) because there are instances in which capabilities need to be extended. This chapter helps you understand how to take advantage of these extended capabilities to test applications that are terminal-based or are written using the SAP, Siebel, or Adobe Flex technologies.

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