Where TestExecute stores the HTML and XML files??
Is necessary configure the TestExecute to run them??
Does it have a visual interface??? Cause i just select the .sd file and run them
.... and when i try to launch the application (with TestExecute) using TestedApp.RunAll, the tool recognize this method??? For example, I have this script:
Log.Message('Loga no risco como usuário master');
Log.Message('Cadastra uma contraparte');
Log.Message('Sai do sistema');
Log.Message('Inicia o sistema');
Log.Message('Loga com o perfil do usuário criado');
I have to launch automatically the application two time. Is it possible using TestExecute. If I execute this script above, it will run??
TestExecute can play back any TestComplete project the same way as TestComplete would do this. It is only necessary to make sure that the needed plug-ins are installed in TestExecute: Please make sure that TestExecute is not running and open the TestExecute.ini file (it is located in the <TestExecute 3> folder). Then find the [Tools.Plug-ins] section in the file. By specifying Y or N next to a plug-in, you can enable or disable the plug-in. Please read the "TestExecute Options" topic of TestExecute's Help system for details.
You can execute scripts via TestExecute in one of two ways: from the command line or by running TestExecute and selecting the needed project from its menu. In the second instance, the application icon is displayed in the system tray and you can invoke the application's menu by right-clicking on the icon. There are five items in the menu: Run, View Results, Edit, Stop and Exit. The first three items bring up the dialog where you can select the corresponding file (*.mds or *.pjs file - if you need to run a project or a project suite, .htm - to view results via IE, .mds, .pjs or unit (.sd, .sj, .svb, .scpp) files if you need to edit scripts), the Stop item stops running the script, the Exit one closes TestExecute. TestExecute does not have any other UI.
To learn more about running TestExecute from the command line, please read the Command-line Arguments Help topic.
The results generated by TestExecute are saved to the Results folder of the played back project (that is, to the same folder, where TestComplete saves them to).
If you need any additional help, please send us (email@example.com) your project along with its Results subfolder.
Thanks for help above....
I have another question. Can I run TestExecute without install them in HD??? For example, run TestExecute by cd drive
You need to install TestExecute on the machine where the tests will be executed.