Camille Absent Member.
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SilkCentral JUnitTest Eclipse IDE

Hello,

I'm new in Silk Central but I want to run a JUnit Test in SilkCentral but JUnit Test is in Eclipse IDE. It's possible to do it?

I work with tools SilkCentral 15, Eclipse Kepler, JUnit 4, Sikuli and Ubuntu.

Thanks for help.

Camille

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maximilianp Absent Member.
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RE: SilkCentral JUnitTest Eclipse IDE

Hello,

thanks for your question!

If you have an existing CI system, you might find useful information in the following posts highlighting how you can leverage the CI system to build/deploy your test assets:

Continuous Integration Testing - Silk Central integration with Hudson / Jenkins

community.microfocus.com/.../continuous-integration-testing-silk-central-integration-with-hudson-jenkins.aspx

Deploy test and build artifacts from CI systems to SCTM

community.microfocus.com/.../deploy-test-and-build-artifacts-from-ci-systems-to-sctm.aspx

This should help to deploy your test assets (e.g. jar files containing your unit tests and required libraries) to your execution servers.

regards

-max

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Camille Absent Member.
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RE: SilkCentral JUnitTest Eclipse IDE

Hello maximilianp,

Thanks for help. 🙂

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