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Re: [QF-Test] possible to run multiple QFTest instances on a server?
Good morning Rick,
if the scripts do not have to run simultaneously (at the same time), you should have a look at jenkins (https://jenkins.io/). We run our test scripts triggered by jenkins. You can configure the jenkins slave in order to run only one qf-test at the same time so you won't have any concurrencies.
By the way, Jenkins is a much easier way to control your scripts compared to batch files.
Best regards / Cordialement / Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Dipl.-Inform. Michael Wildenauer
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From: "Brasche, Rick" <Rick.Brasche@?.org>
To: "qftest-list@?.de" <qftest-list@?.de>
Date: 25.01.2017 20:00
Subject: [QF-Test] possible to run multiple QFTest instances on a server?
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Good morning all:
We’ve been using QFTest as an automation tool to enter data and change records for systems where we do not have direct database access. We now have three or four scripts that are manually started on a scheduled basis. We have been successful in getting a single script to schedule in a batch file, but we’re now getting requests that are concurrent. We’re utilizing a few virtual machines to handle this now. What we want to do is have a single server that can run multiple scripts simultaneously from command line BAT file.
We’d also like to be able to run multiple instances of the GUI if possible, to save on VM license and maintenance issues.
Any advice would be appreciated_______________________________________________
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