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Previously you were executing testng.xml file through eclipse only. Here, you will execute the same testng.xml file using the command line and storing logging information using Reporter class present in org.testng.

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Test Driven Development (TDD) is a programming practice that instructs developers to write new code only if an automated test has failed. This avoids duplication of code. The primary goal of TDD is to make the code clearer, simple and bug free.

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TCL is string based scripting language and also a procedural language. It was first created by John Osterhout in 1989. The purpose of developing this language is easy embedded inti ( ) applications. The language is commonly used for GUIs and testing. For instance, rapid prototyping, Testing database interaction, etc. In TCL by default everything is a string.

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Datastage is used in a large organization as an interface between different systems. It takes care of extraction, translation, and loading of data from source to the target destination. It was first launched by VMark in mid-90's. With IBM acquiring DataStage in 2005, it was renamed to IBM WebSphere DataStage and later to IBM InfoSphere.

Various version of Datastage available in the market so far was Enterprise Edition (PX), Server Edition, MVS Edition, DataStage for PeopleSoft and so on. The latest edition is IBM InfoSphere DataStage

IBM Information server includes following products,

  • IBM InfoSphere DataStage
  • IBM InfoSphere QualityStage
  • IBM InfoSphere Information Services Director
  • IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer
  • IBM Information Server FastTrack
  • IBM InfoSphere Business Glossary


SAP has many modules that deal with a various segment of a business organization. These includes SAP ERP, SAP HR, SAP BI, SAP FI CO, SAP BPC and so on. SAP BPC stands for Business, Planning, and Consolidation. It provides you with a single view of financial and operational data.

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C++ is a general purpose programming language that was invented in the early 1980s by Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Labs.

It is very similar to C, invented in the early 1970s by Dennis Ritchie, but is a lot and well-structured safer language than C and includes modern programming techniques such as object oriented programming.

C++ is so much compatible with C that it will probably compile over 99% of C programs without changing a line of source code.

Some computer languages are written for a specific purpose. Like, Java was originally devised to control toasters and some other electronics, C was developed for programming OS, Pascal for teaching good programming techniques but C++ is a general purpose language and well deserves the widely acknowledged "Swiss Pocket Knife of Languages" nickname.