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How can I create an entry in the shipping_receipt_log file while importing sync packets using scheduler
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How can I make an entry in the ship
This script would help to import such packets in the incoming bay and will make an entry in the ship
2) Place the script in the desired location and save it with .sh extention.
Note: The following script is tested on Linux environment. When using the script on other Unix flavors, check if the mktemp command used in the script is supported.
count=`ls -l $INCOMING | grep -i sync |wc -l`
Rajeshavanthi 2700022MCX Visits (514)
Imagine a scenario where the Loadrunner (LR) scripts are imported successfully into IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) and you want to execute these imported scripts.
Unfortunately, when you attempt to execute these LR scripts from within RQM section, you encounter the following error:
The adapter log present in location <Loadrunner Adapter installation path
22 Sep 2015 02:30:45,366 [AWT-EventQueue-0] INFO com.
Proposed suggestions to Debug this scenario:
Modify the log4j.xml file located at “<HP LR Adapter installation dir>
<priority value =" debug " />
<appender-ref ref="stdout" />
<appender-ref ref="FA" />
Log level should be changed to “debug”.
After changing the log4j.xml file, re run the LR scenario ,stop the adapter and share the log files located at “<HP LR Adapter installation dir>
If LR Scenario has custom result settings as mentioned in below steps then Adapter may not be unable to find the Result Folder to upload it to RQM test case result area.
Follow below steps:
1. Open the LR Scenario in the LR Controller.
2. Go to Menu option Results -> Result Settings
3. A dialog to set the result directory will be opened.
4. Check the option : “Automatically create a result directory for each scenario execution “.
5. Execute the LR Scenario via RQM Test Case.
You may now run scenario after unchecking the “Automatically create a result directory for each scenario execution” option in Result Setting dialog and observe the result.zip in RQM Result section.
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Have you seen the latest IBM Rational License Key Server White Paper? This detailed white paper is meant to provide IBM Rational License Key Administrators with information about best practices for the IBM Rational License Key Server (RLKS) 8.1.4. If you're running a lower version of the RLKS, this paper includes tips for those versions as well. All IBM Rational products require a license of some type, so I would assume this paper will be useful to many.
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Here's a scenario which describes certain hurdles which you can face while working with the HP Loadrunner scripts and RQM.
Imagine you have several LoadRunner scripts which you would like to import and execute within RQM.
Following is the snapshot :
Here's couple of suggestions when you intend to import the load-runner scripts into RQM