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Common Repository & Running scripts from TestMgr
User (email@example.com) posted:
Yes, you can do all of these things. I have not personally schedule tests
to run unattended, but there are many past postings on this subject.
I have always located my (Access-based) test repositories on file servers,
because it is more flexible and they get backed up (as long as db file not
open at backup time). If you do this, you can have multiple pc's execute
any script at the same time. Just be sure that any output files are saved
to a different location for each pc. I also use a <teststation>.ini to write/read test
settings for each pc.
Re: Common Repository & Running scripts from TestMgr
User MArk B. (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Would someone tell April where those documents are about how to setup
repositories is? I can't remember where they are.
to access the scripts I Export from my PC # 1 into the New repository???
And in v7.5 you import from the source repository/project to the current
one. It's not like the semi-brain dead new version where you have to shut
everything off and log onto the other project to export it first before you
shut everything off again and go to the target project and do the import
back where you started from. And it's not at all like the much cherished
v2001 where you could not do any importing or exporting at all.
a point of time).
A: You can run as many instances of Robot off of one Repository at one time
as you want. That is the reason for the Repository in the first place.
(Which doesn't exist anymore.) They do not interfere with each other. There
are limits but it doesn't sound like you're going to get there any time
"April" <email@example.com> wrote in message