User Danette (email@example.com) posted:
Here's what we want to do -- Using 2001.03.00
We have several machines set up with different parts of my company's
software suite. We have many scripts that we run in a sequential order,
but now we are running the scripts on each machine individually from test
manager. Now we go back and forth between 4 machines to run scripts and we
would like to create a better way, a "one button" approach (start in test
manager and come back later).
Our first attempt created a suite in test manager that is organized by
computer groups and event dependencies - run these scripts in one computer
group, then run other scripts in another computer group. But when trying
to run the suite I get Host machine name must have GUI users
<= 1, so I'm assuming you can't put the same machine in different computers groups.
I thought maybe I could get around this by creating sub-suites, but you
are not allowed to choose your computer resource on sub-suites. Which
wouldn't meet our "One button" requirement.
Can this be done? Do I need to close the group somehow & reopen later? Is
there a better way of achieving what we want to do? I'm using a temporary
virtual tester license which expires soon and my findings will determine
if we buy the virtual licenses or not. Thanks!
Re: Using Testmanager
User rjpowers (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
You need to have additional agent licenses to run multiple computers from
the same Testmanager. You get a single agent license with TestStudio.
Multiple license for TestStudio does not increase agent licenses. If you
are evaluating the product, have rational give you temporary additional