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Re: [qftestJUI] Running multiple .qft using the same running instance of QFT


  • Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] Running multiple .qft using the same running instance of QFT
  • From: Paul Chiha <paul.chiha@?.com>
  • Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2005 16:41:18 +1000

Yup ... that's all true.

You want separate test reports for each test without running Setup & Cleanup on
each test.  I don't how to do that.  But I'm sure someone on this group will
tell us.

Paul

Stanley Nguyen wrote:
Hi Paul,

Let me understand what you're saying here first before saying it might
not be the solution that I'm looking for.  Your suggestion would be
similar to have these .qft files in different procedures and just call
them up in the main .qft, right?  If yes, then that does not quite the
way I want to make it work.  There are couple reasons why I need to
seperate these test cases and I guess the main reason is for reporting
purposes that we don't want to put everything into one single file.
Also, there might be a time that we don't want to run everything in the
file and there comes the need to break them to into smaller, separately
.qft.  In your suggestion scenario, everything would show up under one
report.

Thanks,

Stanley


----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Chiha" <paul.chiha@?.com>
To: "Stanley Nguyen" <stanley.nguyen@?.com>
Cc: <qftestJUI-list@?.de>
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 10:48 PM
Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] Running multiple .qft using the same running
instance of QFT


Stanley,

There's no need to restart your SUT (nor qftestJUI) on each test.
Just have a sequence which has many procedure calls (stored in
separate included .qft files) if you want.

Paul

Stanley Nguyen wrote:

I'm using 1.04.0 and the only reason why I want to achive this is
saving time to start up my SUT (which takes quite a lot of time to
start up/shutdown.


Stanley
----- Original Message ----- From: "Gregor Schmid"
<Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
To: <qftestJUI-list@?.de>
Cc: "Stanley Nguyen" <stanley.nguyen@?.com>
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2005 8:52 AM
Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] Running multiple .qft using the same running
instance of QFT



Hi Stanley,

"Stanley Nguyen" <stanley.nguyen@?.com> writes:

   Hi,

   I wonder if there is anyway to run multiple test suites in
different
   .qft files using the same running instance of qftestJUI without
   restarting it?  In my testing scenario, I want to keep qftestJUI
alive
   and automatically load the next .qft file and so on so
forth...Thanks



No, that's currently not possible. If you arrange your tests as
procedures you can create a master test-suite that calls whatever you
want to run.

Startup time of qftestJUI in batch mode is almost negligible. Why
would you want to run multiple tests in one go instead of calling
qftestJUI multiple times? I've recently implemented that feature for
version 2.0, but for very specific reasons that are not applicable to
version 1.8. Have I missed something?

Best regards,
   Greg
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