Creating a Bug in Quality Center using the OTA API

I've had several requests for more examples using the OTA API. This is a companion piece with the previous post about Executing Tests in Quality Center using the OTA API. If you're running tests outside of Quality Center, some are bound to fail. And if you have to write a defect in QC to associate … Continue reading Creating a Bug in Quality Center using the OTA API

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Executing Tests in Quality Center using the OTA API

I've had several requests recently for more examples using the OTA API.   So I thought I'd pull some examples out of the comments section of this post https://fijiaaron.wordpress.com/2011/11/17/updating-test-results-in-qc-using-the-qc-ota-api-explained/ and give them their own space. The  first example is executing tests.  In order to execute a Test, you first need to get a TestSet.  This corresponds … Continue reading Executing Tests in Quality Center using the OTA API

Walkaway Automation

I was asked by a fellow tester about "walkaway automation".  Here are my thoughts: Walkaway automation is 100% automated No setup steps or manual verification is needed.  It should run with a single command – that can be triggered automatically by the system. Walkaway automation can run anywhere It can run on a developer’s box before … Continue reading Walkaway Automation

Deploying a web app with RPM

It's just a tarball.  You unzip it and put it in a public folder.  Or you just copy a war and let tomcat / jboss unzip it. Why would you want to go through the effort of creating an RPM (or other package) to install your app if it's so simple. There are several reasons … Continue reading Deploying a web app with RPM