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I don't understand the "error" from Test Batch Runner

I have a test on my local harddrive.

The test runs fine.

I set up Test Batch Runner to call the test.

The TBR calls the test, the test runs, no problems.

I can use the Run Results Viewer to see the results and all is good.

 

But...

 

Back in the TBR on the output tab, after the test has completed, it prints this:

 

Element not found.
QTP is not launched.

 

That appears after the test is finished running. There were no errors reported by the test.

 

What's going on??

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Check our admin rights onyour machine.

 

The TBR searches for hosts where QC is installed and well depending on your Win machine it will make it easier or more difficult.

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Thanks, but I am afraid I don't understand what you are telling me.

 

First, I have admin rights on the machine where TBR is running. It is the same machine with UFT is running.

 

Are you suggesting I should run TBR on the machine that hosts QC? That's an interesting idea.

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Well, I tried it on the QC server machine and it crashed. No useful information in the crash report.

 

 

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