IBM Rational Test Workbench Pros and Cons

IBM Rational Test Workbench Pros

JP
IT Specialist, ITE at a government with 10,001+ employees
Reporting is pretty good. Its interface is also good. I'm overall pretty happy with the functionality and use of IBM Rational Test Workbench.
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CEO at a tech consulting company with 11-50 employees
This solution provides for API testing, functional UI testing, performance testing, and service virtualization.
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IBM Rational Test Workbench Cons

JP
IT Specialist, ITE at a government with 10,001+ employees
It should have more interfaces. In terms of interfaces or protocols, what you can do with Rational is far limited as compared to other products out there. What it does, it does great, but it only gives you limited types of protocols. It supports between 8 to 15 types of protocols, whereas other test tools give you 20 to 30 types of protocols with which you can do testing and convert to script. It records Javascript-based scripts, and you got to know a little bit of Java to basically be able to edit them, but the level of editing you got to do is very low. I like that, but the ability to edit the script is not as good as Parasoft or LoadRunner, which have C-Script.
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CEO at a tech consulting company with 11-50 employees
There are a number of things that they can do to simplify the tools, but the most important thing that they need to do is simplify the installation.
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