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How do I create a Batch Runner test after installing the BatchRunner plug-in?

How do I create a Batch Runner test after installing the BatchRunner plug-in?

Problem:

How do I create a Batch Runner test after installing the BatchRunner plug-in?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How do I create a Batch Runner test after installing the BatchRunner plugin?

ANSWER
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The creation of a batch file test in SilkCentral Test Manager follows the same process as creating any other test type, but if necessary the following steps should be followed to create a Batch Runner test:

  1. Create a new Test Definition and select "Batch Runner" from the "Type" drop-down box and press "Next"

  2. From the Batch Runner properties dialog, press the browse button and select the batch file you wish to execute from your source control profile

  3. If your batch file requires arguments enter them in the text field provided, separating each unique argument with a ","

  4. Press "Finish" to complete the setup of the BatchRunner test

  5. Perform a "Try Run Test Definition" to ensure that the batch file executes, if it executes correctly the setup is now complete and the Test Definition can now be assigned to an Execution Defintion

Old KB# 24950

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