Does RPT have some cache files somewhere other than under the Sandbox?
For RPT 10.1.0, I just started getting this message whenever I do a save of my test script file (.testsuite). The rest of the message is just the path to the test script file (.testsuite) followed by the lines I've included below.
java.util.zip.ZipException: unexpected EOF
... then plenty more lines
Hi, not sure what the "sandbox" refers to, is this another installation of RPT on the same machine or just a folder for a new workspace? this is confusing me:
"I tried recreating my Sandbox from scratch (empty folder) and re-syncing with the Repo. I still get this message whenever I make a change and save the test script
I tried making a new small recording (both before and after recreating my Sandbox). When I make any changes to the generated script and save, I get the same messages"
I think of "repo" as the Installation Manager repository for RPT. Is this checking out a workspace from source control?
On it's face, this is either a corrupt installation of RPT or a corrupt workspace.
Easier to rull out if it's a workspace issue by making a new workspace which is just a folder.
Make a new recording in the new workspace, if no symptoms appear then import General - File System - existing projects into workspace, make sure to check the "copy projects into workspace" button
Everywhere I wrote "Sandbox" just substitute "Workspace". I created a new Workspace, made a new recording, problem still occurs.
At this point we can rule out a workspace issue, that points the finger at RPT installation being corrupt. My dev contacts haven't seen this issue, I searched our Salesforce database for tickets with the same issue and found nothing.
I suggest a clean uninstall (remove the old installation directory), do a clean install of 10.1.3, don't try to update the java that RPT uses, etc.
Update Installation Manager before doing the install as well.
If you want, open a Salesforce ticket and we can guide you through the installation process if needed
Hi, is it possible that project was created with a shell shared RFT/RPT installation and your RPT installation isn't shell shared?
If making a new workspace and not not doing a Repo sync, can you create new tests and save them OK?