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How to invoke a testset from the command line.
Is there a simple way to invoke a testset (as defined in testdirector) to be invoked from a command line (say a batch file.) so that the next time someone views the testlab in testdirector there will be a history of the run with results.
I realize that Winrunner allows you to run winrunner from the command line with wrun.exe and you can pass in addins and run it in a batch mode. But this will not track the results in testdirector as a testset run Pass/Fail, date, etc.
So ideally is there were some way to run a testdirector (or just invoke a defined testset) from the command line and specify a testset, remote host, etc?
Does anyone know how to do this short of writing a VB or C# program that utilizes the TestDirector API?
Thanks in advance.
Re: How to invoke a testset from the command line.
You should download "RunTestSet" utility from the Support site. It allows you to do exactly what you want - to run test set from command line. This utility is available for different versions.