IBM Rational Robot 7.0.3.7

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Abstract

This document describes how to download and install IBM Rational Robot Version 7.0.3.7.

Download Description

Rational Robot Version 7.0.3.7 contains defect fixes to previous versions of Rational Robot.

Note: Rational Robot 7.0.3.7 does not support testing applications on the .Net domain on Microsoft Windows 7 (only). To resolve this problem, you must download and apply the fix on Rational Robot Version 7.0.3.7 Link to the fix

This version of Rational Robot can only be installed on a computer with the same version or a compatible version of other Rational products. When you upgrade Rational Robot you must upgrade other Rational products on your computer to the same version or a compatible version. For more information, see
Rational Software Development Platform

Prerequisites

If you are installing Rational Robot on Microsoft Windows Vista, you must configure certain security settings for using Rational Robot. For more information, refer to technote 1286101: Pre-requisites for recording Robot scripts on Microsoft Windows Vista .
Note: The security settings specified in this technote is also applicable to Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 platform.

Installation Instructions

Installing Rational Robot version 7.0.3.7
The following are the two common ways to install this update on an existing 7.0.3 product:

  • If IBM Rational Robot version 7.0.3 is already installed on your computer, you can install this update using the Update wizard in IBM Installation Manager. Ensure that the Search service repositories during installation and updates option is enabled in the Installation Manager Preferences page and Internet connection is available.
  • You can also download the fix pack and use it to install the fix pack locally.
    1. Download the Rational Robot version 7.0.3.7 fix pack from the location specified at the bottom of this page.
    2. Extract the files to a temporary directory. For example, extract the file to C:\temp
    3. In the IBM Installation Manager, click File > Preferences and add the temporary directory to the list of repositories, for example, C:\temp\7.0.3.7-RATL-RRBT-WIN-FP07.
    4. Use the Update wizard of the Installation Manager to proceed with the update.

  • If you are installing Rational Robot version 7.0.3, for the first time, then you can install this update when you install Rational Robot version 7.0.3. Click Check for Other Versions and Extensions in the Install page of the Installing Packages wizard in IBM Installation Manager and continue with the installation.
  • For more information see Rational Robot.

    Known problems Known problems are documented in the form of individual technotes in the Support knowledge base at
    http://www.ibm.com/software/awdtools/tester/robot/support/. As problems are discovered and resolved, the knowledge base is updated and maintained with new information. By searching the knowledge base, you can quickly find workaround or solutions to problems. The following links run customized queries of the live Support knowledge base:

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    Problems solved

    APAR Description
    PM39259 The Rational Robot adapter for Rational Quality Manager posts invalid XML log entries for its Rational Quality Manager execution results when the script name contains spaces.

    In addition to the APAR PM39259, the following problem was also resolved:
    • After installing Rational Robot 7.0.3.6 on Windows 7 64-bit machines, the sqaote32.ocx file, which is required for using Datapools was not found. This problem is seen only on 64-bit machines and not on 32-bit machines.

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    Rational Robot 7.0.3.7 8 Sep 2011 English 120171885 FTP

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    http://www.ibm.com/software/awdtools/tester/robot/support/index.html


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    Here is the Checksum value for the Rational Robot 7.0.3.7 Fix Pack file:
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    Problems (APARS) fixed
    PM39259

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    More support for:

    Rational Robot
    Installation

    Software version:

    7.0.3.7

    Operating system(s):

    Windows

    Reference #:

    4030812

    Modified date:

    2011-09-08

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