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what is the project path in the below scenario? Is this a correct project path ( /...Admin/buildlib)?
In reply to Michael Kern:
Thanks for the reply.
I did browse and select a project path. However, my tests are not executed, and I have an error in Silk central
I posted on the community silk-central-git-error-can't-open-git-upload-pack. Later I asked the Silk central admin to fix the SSL certificate. After a few days, I tried again to add the repo, and I could add it to the Silk central even though the Admin has not fixed the SSL certificate (I found this today).
My tests still failed, so I started investigating if I added the right project path - apparently, it seems all this is because of the SSL certificate.
PS: I am an Intern located in Europe, and the Admin is in the USA.
In reply to mch13:
So you get this "javax.net.ssl.HandshakeException" when you execute your tests on your execution server(s)? respectively when you click on the Browse button besides the "Project path:" field?
Did you already import the self-signed certificate into the Java keystore of your app-server/front-end host respectively on your execution server host(s) as described in the community post silk-central-git-error-can't-open-git-upload-pack
You won't resolve this HandshakeException if you set the project path directly in the "Project path:" field.
It is kind of a long post.
After publishing the post -A silk-central-git-error-cannot-open-git-upload-pack I asked the Silk Central (SC) Admin to fix the SSL certificate. I didn't know if the SC Admin fixed the certificate. Assuming the certificate is set I added Git repo, I did not receive an error message similar to Post -A ( I don't know how to explain, I could create a new profile after selecting the project path, even though the SSL certificate is not fixed.screenshot )
I executed a test case, it failed. So I started investigating if I added the project path correctly by asking in the community - Project path for Git in Silk central (Post B). Around the same time, I got an answer from SC Admin - the SSL certificate is not fixed.
The error below is from the execution planning - using a Test case from Git repo which was added before SSL certificate is added to the SC server.
Now I am waiting for the SC Admin to fix the certificate. Meanwhile, I tried to create a new Souce control profile with Git, I get the same errors as Post A - "cannot open git-upload pack".
Hello Silk Central community,
At last we managed to add the SSL certificate to Silk central front end server.
We have Test cases recorded using Silk4J, test cases centrally stored on the Gitswarm server and I am trying to execute the test cases from Silk central. I stumbled on the error - refer to Figure 3. To understand the error I added the steps I followed.
Q1. Is this the correct Project path: /Silk4JKI/src ? refer to figure 1
Q2. I don't have a jar folder similar to this demo video youtu.be/b3Ln-AXth7s, so I used the path as shown in Figure 2 and Figure 2a, is this correct path?
Q3. Initialization error - figure 3
Please help me out to resolve the errors.