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Error for PC running the scripts/timeslots in ALM

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Hi experts,

 

we created PC scripts but while validating the script it shows the error as below in PC.

 

Valiation fails in PC "Number of requested hosts exceed the number of host n the projects's pool"

 

Please suggest me how to resolve this issue

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Hi,

I resolved the issue. the reason is i added to projects in Porject Settings.

 

I removed the one project in Project Settings. after that i can run the script.

 

Regards,

Srinivas

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The person responsible for the Lab Management portion of your environment needs to login to Lab Management, edit the project properties and assign your project additional Hosts.  They must also assign the number of VUsers your project is allowed to consume as well as the total number of simultaneous tests you can execute.

 

Hope this gets you where you need to be

 

Craig Drummond

HP SW Premier Support, Technical Account Manager - ALM Products.

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Just login to Lab Management & increase the hosts assigned to that particular pool, where this project is assigned to.

Or you can remove the available hosts and re-add the new.
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HI,
Thank you for the reply, I am using eval version, i can not add or remove the hosts.
Please suggest me.

Regards,
Srinivas
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Hi,

I resolved the issue. the reason is i added to projects in Porject Settings.

 

I removed the one project in Project Settings. after that i can run the script.

 

Regards,

Srinivas

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