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    Re: Running suite from TestManager

    User (lgoodwin@russell.com.nospam) posted:

    If you are unable to resolve this problem, you could make them persistent
    by write them to a INI file (or any kind of file) or database instead.
    You'd probably want to purge them when done. You could also encrypt the
    password for added security.

    HTH,

    Luke


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    Re: Running suite from TestManager

    User MArk B. (mkbutler@russellmellon.com.nospam) posted:

    I'm thinking that the way running suites was implemented is such that each
    script is treated as a standalone item. Unlike in Robot where the shell
    starts a session each script is its own session when executed from
    TestManager. Kind of like a batch file where each line calls Robot with the
    script name. You could, of course, execute the suite as a single shell and
    the shell calls all the other scripts. (Silly, wouldn't you say.)

    If you weren't using Robot for your scripting engine then you would have
    access to test script services. These would allow you some method of
    communicating between scripts. But you are using Robot so this feature
    isn't available to you. That is unless you hack it. (Andy T. got somewhere
    with that but I haven't pursued it.)

    I really don't know how the hell they expected this tool to be used. Yea,
    each script should be capable of being executed stand along, but give me a
    break.

    So, I guess you're screwed. You can either toast your security measures
    using something like INI files or you can waste all the effort of attempting
    to use TestManager the way it was advertised you could.

    MArk B.
    You know, I never thought of just taking the car.

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    Running suite from TestManager

    User Nelli Dontsis (ndontsis@caremark.com.nospam) posted:

    We are trying to run functional suite from test manager. For security
    reason
    we are passing user id and password to the application by using input and
    password boxes. For some reason the global variables are not passed into
    the application.
    The problem does not exist when we run a suite from Robot. If someone had
    the same problem we would appreciate your help.
    Thank you in advance. SQM team

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    Re: Running suite from TestManager

    User (MMcNaughton@STSSystems.com.nospam) posted:

    Not immediately helpful, but i recall this being discussed about a month
    ago, you might check the archives barring some useful help from someone
    here.

    Max


 

 

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