Meaning of the file extensions in IBM Rational Performance Tester

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Question

What is the meaning of the different IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) file extensions?

Cause

An IBM Rational Performance Tester project contains files with unfamiliar extensions.

Answer

The following overview provides a non-exhaustive list of the Rational Performance Tester files.

  • *.properties: Java (Properties File) by Sun. This association is classified as text.

  • *.recsession: File containing the contents of a recording session or to regenerate tests.

  • *.recdata: Data of a test recording.

  • *.testsuite: File contains a collection of test cases that are grouped for test execution purposes.

  • *.trcmxmi: Statistics file.

  • *.trcnxmi: Statistics file.

  • *.trcpxmi: Statistics file.

  • *.trcadlr: Statistics file.

  • *.executiondlr: RPT Protocol Data incorrect when more than 2 GB of Test Log data (.executiondlr)

  • *.view: File holding report metadata with another Eclipse user.

  • *.xml: eXtended Markup Language. It was designed to transport and store data.

  • *.log: Log file (no help on this file extension).

  • *.lck: Lock file (no help on this file extension).

  • *.snap: Eclipse snapshot file.

  • *.index: Eclipse index file.

  • *.dat: Eclipse data file.

  • *.version: Eclipse version file.

  • *.resources: Eclipse resources file.

  • *.prefs: Eclipse prefs files and execution results prefs files.

  • *.launch: File holding a Java launch configuration.

  • *.references-xx: Files holding references to previous HTTP requests (?)

  • *.txt (savedIndexNames.txt and javaLikeNames.txt): Files containing searches for in the Workbench.
  • *.lazy: Files holding program and/or file references with regard to performance

  • .*.1:

  • *.fileTableLock: System file for permissions, see also
    Difficulties with file permissions when running Java EE client applications

  • *.target: Target definition files should be edited using the target definition editor provided by PDE.
    The file format is not API and subject to change between releases.

  • *.externalLibsTimeStamps:

  • *.js: Javascript file (in text format).

  • *.cmd: Command file.

  • *.jar: Java archive. JAR stands for Java ARchive, the default standard data compression and archive format or files based on the Java programming language.

  • *.testdata: Equivalent to datapool, only for large amounts of test data same functionality as in datapools contained values.

  • *.project: XML file describing the project.

  • *.testlog: With the release of Rational Performance Tester 8.1.1 users now have the ability to export the Test Log Report to a text file to view outside of the tool. You can export the complete Test Log or specific elements of the log.

  • *.classpath: XML file describing location of Java class files.

  • *.java: Java source code file.

  • *.class: Compiled .Java file created by the Java compiler; contains byte code, which is binary program code that is executable when run by a Java Virtual Machine (JVM); commonly bundled in to .JAR files, which are included in the $CLASSPATH environment variable for execution.

  • *.mf: Java Manifest File. Contains information about file packages in a Java archive (.JAR file); includes metadata about the archive such as what files it contains and what they are used for; included within the JAR file itself.

  • *.location: The project IP address and/or DNS server name is stored in this file.

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