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Java for Rational Functional Tester v7.0
Overview

This one-day course is designed to provide students with the foundation in Java necessary for the Advanced IBM Rational Functional Tester course. This course can be taken standalone or in conjunction with the basic or advanced IBM Rational Functional Tester courses. This course is intended for users of IBM Rational Functional Tester seeking to gain Java skills necessary to customize test scripts.

This seminar is designed for users of IBM Rational Functional Tester who need to test Java and Web applications. The course is designed primarily for testing professionals who will be using the automation tools.

Audience

Developers and programming professionals that will be using IBM’s Rational Functional Tester for building successful test scripts.

Objectives

Upon conclusion participants will have acquired these skills:

  • Explain key concepts related to Java technology and Java programming
  • Illustrate the use of decision constructs and loops
  • Depict the creation of Java classes
  • Illustrate the development and usage of methods
  • Depict the creation and use single and multi-dimensional arrays
  • Understand the use inheritance to extend classes
  • Illustrate how to handle runtime exceptions
  • Understand inheritance and polymorphism
  • Depict the parse strings using String, StringBuffer and StringTokenizer
  • Examine basic Java language fundamentals (data types, control flow structures, arrays) U
    • Use of Class creation
    • Method creation
    • Method overloading
    • Use of Container classes (Vector, ArrayList, Hashtable)
    • Depict Object oriented concepts (Inheritance, polymorphism)
    • Exceptions Interfaces

Prerequisites

Each student should have a basic understanding of the application development process, the use of Java and the functional abilities of the Rational Functional Tester.

Class Format

Lecture and Lab

Course duration

1 Day

Course outline

Introduction to OO Concepts
  • Depict differences with procedural
  • Basic tenets of OO
    • Abstraction
    • Encapsulation
    • Inheritance
    • Polymorphism
  • Understand the role of a Class
  • Basic Class attributes
    • Properties
    • Methods
    • Interfaces
    • Super Class concept
Java Data Types and Variables
  • Java primitives
    • int
    • short
    • byte
    • boolean
    • float
    • double
  • Integer data types
  • Assignment statements
  • Increment/Decrement
  • Prefix/Postfix
  • Use of explicit casting
  • String
  • Character and Boolean

Role of Exception Handling
  • Defining Exceptions
  • Error vs Exception classes
  • Runtime exception errors
  • throws statement
  • try/catch blocks
  • finally block
  • Execution patterns
  • throw statement
Java Arrays
  • Defining arrays
  • Array declaration
  • Accessing array elements
  • Substituting array length
  • Multi-dimensional arrays
Java Class Definitions
  • Class vs instance variables
  • Class vs instance methods
  • Java class definition structure
  • Parameter passing
  • Passing parameters
  • Static method calls
  • Initialization blocks
  • Constructors
  • Variable vs Object declaration
  • Method overloading
  • Java packages
  • package statement
  • Class access options: public, private, protected


Java Collections
  • Defining Container Classes
  • Depict classes
    • List
    • Iterator
    • HashMap
    • Vectors

 
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