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Re: [QF-Test] qftest return code (Windows)


  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] qftest return code (Windows)
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: 20 Oct 2007 16:53:42 +0200

Hi Michael,

for one things you get the run-log with detailed information about the
test-run. If the test does not run as you expect, that's the first
place to look.

Also, QF-Test does exit with specific exit codes as described i manual
section 20.3. 0 means everything is OK otherwise there were problems.

Unless I'm mistaken, on Windows you can use errorlevel to check for
the exit code like:



qftest -batch ...
if errorlevel 0 goto allok
echo "There was an error in the test-run"
goto done
:allok
echo "Everything fine"
:done


On unix you'd check $? instead, i.e.

if [ $? == 0 ]; then
echo "Everything fine"
else
echo "There was an error in the test-run"
fi

Best regards,
    Greg


"Michael Werner" <michael.werner@?.com> writes:

>    Hi,
>
>
>    I was looking at qf-test fort he first time today. I came along quite
>    well with the examples, and created a small testcase for our
>    application within no time. But then I ran qftest in the batch mode and
>    was wondering. The Application seems to be executed (I see the windows
>    open quickly, and close again) but the command has already returned to
>    the shell, so I wonder how the return code of the Application should be
>    checked in the batch mode (e.g. to execute a qftest-test in an
>    overnight job, checking the return codes for quick interpretation).
>
>
>    I tried it with the Options.qft from the Tutorial, too and it is the
>    same. Here is the command:
>
>    >qftest-2.1.0\bin\qftest -license license -batch
>    qftest-2.1.0\doc\tutorial\Options.qft
>
>
>    The OS is WinXP SP2, jre 1.5.0_03
>
>
>    Regards Michael
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