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    Shell hangs on to old script, refuses to let loose

    User Tom Ba (tombasay@hotmail.com.nospam) posted:

    Tomba still scratch head over this daily compiler problem (where you have
    common library on the network for the good of the many): Given a script
    with an included library, change something in the library. Compile the
    library. Flip a coin. Start the script and step into the library. Are you
    stepping into comments? That's not exactly ever supposed to happen. When
    it does, it is sure sign things have gone awry. Recompile the library.
    Recompile the script. Did it make a difference? In Tomba's daily
    experience, no. You have to make some small change to the script, such as
    adding or deleting a blank line, then do a script compile. This may or may
    not work. Sometimes you have to go back to the library and change a line
    there, too, then compile. Eventually the script executes the library
    properly. Of course, if you recompile the library at an inopportune time,
    somebody starts wailing about i/o file errors and much tongue-lopping
    ensueth.

    And check this bizarre scenario out (if you are using sql anywhere for your
    network repositories): apparently, if you set your common library to
    physically exist in ANY folder (not necessarily SQABAS32) under an existing
    repository, say Repo X, and you are happily executing scripts from Repo Y,
    your NT administrator will verify every tester in Y (using the common
    library) shows up as a current user of Repo X, and verily a plague of slow
    and dropped connections, freezes, failures and assorted unpleasantry
    (including files becoming View only and Not found) will be upon you many
    times each day and great will be the loss of forward purchase and sore the
    will to live.


    Tomba
    Waiting to see what happens
    ----Original Message Follows----
    From: "DENISE EDRINGTON" <DEDRINGT@salliemae.com>
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    To: "SQA Suite Team Test Users" <sqa-suite-users@lyris.dundee.net>
    Subject: RE: Shell hangs on to old script
    Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 10:41:15 -0500

    Thanks for the idea. I will try this next time and see what happens.
    Denise Edrington
    Internet Applications Group
    Sallie Mae


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    Re: Shell hangs on to old script, refuses to let loose

    User Moore, Graham (Graham.Moore@tagelectronics.co.uk.nospam) posted:

    I have, and still do experience the same problem quite regularly however, I
    have another workaround rather than deleting the script and starting again:

    Find the .SBX file related to the problematic script and delete it. This
    file can be found in
    ....\TestDatastore\DefaultTestScriptDatastore\TMS_ Scripts\win32
    It is quite safe to delete this file since it is only a compiled version of
    the test script. Once you have deleted it, simply go back into Robot and
    re-compile it.

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    Re: Shell hangs on to old script, refuses to let loose

    User Tom Ba (tombasay@hotmail.com.nospam) posted:

    One...quarter...turn, ah, it's now done!
    Tongue-lopper completed!
    Just need a tester, John.
    Was it you who bleated?

    Tomba
    Really should do something
    about that ;-)
    ----Original Message Follows----
    From: "Crunk John (ext3jpc)" <ext3jpc@ups.com>
    Reply-To: "SQA Suite Team Test Users" <sqa-suite-users@lyris.dundee.net>
    To: "SQA Suite Team Test Users" <sqa-suite-users@lyris.dundee.net>
    Subject: RE: Shell hangs on to old script, refuses to let loose
    Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 12:53:35 -0500

    What?


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    Re: Shell hangs on to old script, refuses to let loose

    User DENISE EDRINGTON (DEDRINGT@salliemae.com.nospam) posted:

    Thanks for the idea. I will try this next time and see what happens.
    Denise Edrington
    Internet Applications Group
    Sallie Mae
    (317) 595-1223
    dedringt@salliemae.com

    I have, and still do experience the same problem quite regularly however, I
    have another workaround rather than deleting the script and starting again:

    Find the .SBX file related to the problematic script and delete it. This
    file can be found in
    ....\TestDatastore\DefaultTestScriptDatastore\TMS_ Scripts\win32
    It is quite safe to delete this file since it is only a compiled version of
    the test script. Once you have deleted it, simply go back into Robot and
    re-compile it.

    Graham Moore
    ************************************************** **********************
    visit us at www.tagelectronics.co.uk
    ************************************************** **********************
    The contents of this E-mail are confidential
    and for the exclusive use of the intended recipient.
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    system immediately and notify us either by E-mail, telephone
    or fax. You should not copy, forward or otherwise disclose the
    content of the E-mail.

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    Unit 2 Genesis Business Park, Albert Drive,
    Woking, Surrey, GU21 5RW, England
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    Facsimile : 01483 750249 (+44 1483 750249)

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    visit us at www.tagmclaren.com
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    Re: Shell hangs on to old script, refuses to let loose

    User Crunk John (ext3jpc) (ext3jpc@ups.com.nospam) posted:

    Ah! A developer at work! Who would have thought when you asked for an tube
    hanging from a limb that you would have gotten an answer a complex as this.

    John


 

 

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