Configuring Flex application using the user interface

You can configure the Flex application for functional testing using the user interface.


Related concepts

Flex support

Flex applications testing process

Test Rational Functional Tester enabled Flex applications

Test Flex applications that are not enabled using Rational Functional Tester


Configure a Web application at compile time

You can configure the Web application during compile time using the UI.


About this task

To configure the web application during compile-time:


Procedure

  1. Click Configure > Configure Applications for Testing.

  2. Click Add in the Application Configuration Tool window.

  3. Select Flex Application, and click Next.

  4. Select Configure Flex application setup, and click Next.

  5. Select the Web application as the type of Flex application.

  6. Select Compile-time from the Enablement type list.

  7. Select the Flex version from Flex SDKs list.

  8. Click Browse to select the application that has a .as or .mxml extension in the Application field.

  9. Select the Dependency Files and Additional Libraries check box, if required, and click Add to select dependency and library files.

  10. Click Browse to select a location for the SWF Target Location field.

  11. Select the Generate HTML Page check box, if required.

  12. Type the application URL in the Specify Web Application URL field, and click Finish.


Configuring a local application at compile time

You can set up your Flex application locally only during compile time.


About this task

To configure the local application during compile time:


Procedure

  1. In the Flex Application configuration window, select Local application as the type of Flex. The Enablement type is set to Compile-time by default.

  2. Select the Flex version from the Flex SDKs list.

  3. Click Browse to select the application that has an .as or .mxml extension in the Application field.

  4. Select the Dependency Files and Additional Libraries check box, if required, and click Add to select dependency and library files.

  5. Click Browse to select a location for the SWF Target Location field.

  6. Select the Generate HTML Page check box, if required.

  7. Click Finish.