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NUnit and LeanFT "selenium grid like" solution.

Working on a framework harnessing LeanFT and NUnit currently and am at the point where we need to start thinking about some CI and CD options. For selenium, the implementation of the selenium grid is pretty straightforward. You set your tests to run parallal, the grid takes them and spreads them out evenly amonsgt the selenium grid resources. They even give you a nice console so you can view all of your nodes or VMs as the tests are running. Is there a solution to handle this? I understand we can run parallel with LeanFT but I need a way to implement a "selenium grid" approach to handle large amounts of tests. Thanks!

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Re: NUnit and LeanFT "selenium grid like" solution.

Hello,

If you are planig to use CI i would rcommend to go wuit jenkins,  it's a great tool and its free, 

HPE has documentation on how to integrate and run Lean FT test from jenkins, 

AlsoNunit has it's own gui tool that will allow you to  un your test from there, but i think i will need some configuration, and I am pretty sure that it has a command line somewhere, but I  have never use Nunit

take a look at this documents maybe you will find a solution there

https://leanft-help.saas.hpe.com/en/14.00/HelpCenter/Content/HowTo/RunRemotely.htm

https://leanft-help.saas.hpe.com/en/14.00/HelpCenter/Content/HowTo/CI_Tools.htm

http://nunit.org/docs/2.4/nunit-gui.html 

Regards

Arturo

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Re: NUnit and LeanFT "selenium grid like" solution.

Thanks for the reply! I should have been more specific -

We are automating a non web based windows app. So the selenium grid is out of the question. I know we can use a tool like Jenkins, but what we need is some sort of hub set up so that way it will past incoming tests to an available VM. 

Is there a solution for this?

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Re: NUnit and LeanFT "selenium grid like" solution.

Yes, you can do this with Jenkins. Jenkins can be used for distributing jobs on the VM's. Jenkins will also make sure that your currently running leanft job ends before starting another job.

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