Viewing keywords created in Rational Quality Manager

In HCL OneTest™ UI, you can record and then associate functional test scripts with the keywords that are created in IBM® Rational® Quality Manager. You can log on to the Rational Quality Manager to view keywords. You can playback the functional test script from Rational Quality Manager.

Procedure

  1. In the Keyword View, click Logon to RQM Keyword View: Logon to RQM.
  2. In the Logon to Rational Quality Manager dialog box, type the URL in the RQM repository field. For example: If Rational Quality Manager is running in the local computer, type https://localhost:9443/qm in the RQM repository field.
    Note: If the Rational Quality Manager server is renamed, make sure that you update the URL in the RQM repository field with the new server name.
  3. In Authentication Mode, specify the authentication type to connect to Rational Quality Manager and click Finish.
    • User name and Password - Specify the user ID and password of the Rational Quality Manager user account.
    • Kerberos - Select the kerberos .ini file. The file is automatically created when you set up Kerberos. Typically, on Windows, the file would be located at c:\windows\krb5.ini. The file name and the location would change for different operating systems.
    • SSL Cert - Specify the location of the SSL certificate and optionally, the password. The certificate should be a .p12 file.
    • Smart Card - Select the smart card certificate alias. You must ensure that the workbench machine is connected to the smart card reader and that the smart card is inserted into the reader. The product reads the aliases from the smart card and prompts for the smart card PIN whenever the adapter connects to Rational Quality Manager.
  4. Click Get Keywords Keyword View: Get Keywords. The connected projects keyword list is displayed in the keyword view.
    1. To select a project area, click ProjectArea list. Only keywords pertaining to the selected project area are displayed.
    2. Click Get Keywords.
    1. Optional: To search for keywords that have a specific tag, type the tag in the Search by tag field.
    2. Optional: Click Get Keywords.
    If a large number of keywords are displayed, they are organized into pages of 50 each. Use the navigation buttons on the toolbar to move between pages.
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