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Re: [QF-Test] shell command execution in QF-Test -- how to?


  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] shell command execution in QF-Test -- how to?
  • From: "Gauthier, Denis" <Denis.Gauthier@?.au>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 14:18:38 +1100

Hi Zsolt,

You can use these lines in a Jython Server Script:

import os

fullCommand = 'your command'
f = os.popen(fullCommand)
output = f.read()
f.close()


Just stick the command you want to execute and you will get the output as a string inside the output variable.
Not too sure if stderr is grabbed as well though.

Cheers,

Denis GAUTHIER


On 14/02/2012 8:18 PM, Berg, Klaus-Peter wrote:
Hello Hajnal,
 
I guess since Java 5 you can use the java.lang.ProcessBuilder class.
ProcessBuilder.start() returns a Process object, where you can call: getOutputStream() , getErrorStream().
 
Unfortenately I have no Jython script example like the one you are using now:

import os 

os.system(’systeminfo > temp.txt’)

I'm using Groovy instead of Jython with respect to QF-Test...

 

Best regards

Klaus Peter


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