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    How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    Hi,

    If anyone has tried to configure Test Director to work with 3rd party test tools like Silktest for example, can you please share your experience.

    Thanks,
    Dwarkanath.

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    There are two ways to do this

    1. Write custom test type. See OTA programmer guide, that explain how to do this.

    2. You can use VAPI tool (comes with TD) and write VAPI script that uses Silk API to call test.

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    Hi

    I am plaaning to use OTA for getting information such as the test name , test script from test director.
    My program is wriiten in java.
    OTA guide doesn't have any information regarding how to use OTA aPI's for java.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    shan

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    Custom Test Type must be implemented as COM. You will need at least 2 objects: script viewer - to show test in TD, remote agent - to run test in test set, optionally result viewer to see run results.

    Viewer is not hte problem here - show anything you want. You need to implement remote agent. This is a DCOM object that should be able to launch your java test case. To run your java test you may use command line and use return value of "main" to indicate error, or use JNI to run your java class - this will enable you to report more meaningful errors.

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    Hi Shan,

    I have integrated JUnit tests with TD successfully, using OTA. As Alexei says, you will need to develop a remote agent and launch java on command line, and figure out a way to get results back from java.

    I will be happy to talk to you more on this , if you are interested.

    Thanks

    Manish

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    I'm currently working on integration of in-house test harnesses with TD 8.0 (SP1) using OTA and a custom RemoteAgent in VB6. I'd like to talk to Shan, Manish, or anyone else with experience doing this.
    C. Martin Taylor
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    Texas Instruments, Inc.

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd party test tools

    Hi,

    I have integrated testdirector with silktest successfully

    I have used VAPI with the command td_execute();
    And also its very easy to integrate...??!!!!!!
    Yours Positively...

    SindhujaUmapathi

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd

    Hi,

    I have never used Test Director but now I need to create a custom test type. I have compiled sample codes and now I need to proceed with next step. In the guide is that I need to change two ini files. My problem is that these two files are inside a CAB file which has a digital signature.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

    PS: I'm using QC 9.2

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    Re: How to configure TestDirector to work with 3rd

    Perhaps you should contact HP support. You responded to a post that is over 3 years old. I believe the API has changed somewhat since then.

 

 

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