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    Calling scripts in sequence

    I have recorded few scripts. I want to call them one after other in certain sequence. How to acheive this?

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    Hi,
    Test batch runner or Multi test manager free downloadable...

    Cheers
    Yogi

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    Thanks Yogi...I didnt know this [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    Is there any qtp script that does this functionality ?
    Thanks
    JEJ

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    If your actions were DP, reuseable or all used the same OR you could hand-build a script to call all the actions for a group of scripts in a logical order.

    Mark Smith.

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    Test Batch Runner (AQTBatch.exe) was automatically installed in QTP's bin folder when I installed QTP 8.2. You can also get to this utility from Start -> Programs -> QTP -> Tools -> Test Batch Runner.

    Where's the Multi Test Manager and what's the executable called?

    Thanks...

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    MTM is in the downloads section of the MI support site. There are 2 versions, 8.2 is the best.

    Mark Smith.

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    I can't see MTM anywhere on the MI support site support.mercury.com. I click on the Download Center and it takes me to download.mercury.com and I still cannot find MTM. Help.

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    Re: Calling scripts in sequence

    As I said, go to Mercury Knowledge Base
    and search for article: id 22758

    MTM is there along with documentation.

    No direct link for downloading.

    Janna

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