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How can I determine if a test definition was executed by an execution server or if it was executed in SilkPerformer?

How can I determine if a test definition was executed by an execution server or if it was executed in SilkPerformer?

Problem:

How can I determine if a test definition was executed by an execution server or if it was executed in SilkPerformer?

Resolution:

ANSWER
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To determine if the Test definition was executed in SilkPerformer or SCTM execution server you can do the following:

  • Open SilkCentral Test Manager
  • Select the Test Plan workflow
  • Select a Test Definition from the Test Plan tree
  • Select the Runs tab
  • In the Runs window you will all the Test Definition Runs for the select Test Definition.


If the Test Definition was executed via a Test Manager execution server the "Executed By" field in the table will show "localhost (Application Server)". If the Test Definition was executed in SilkPerformer and uploaded to Test Manager the "Executed By" field will show the host name of the SilkPerformer machine that ran the test as shown below.


Old KB# 24816

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