Articles Tagged 'parameters'

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Passing Parameters to a Rapise script through the command line

This article describes the syntax for passing parameters from the Windows 32-bit command-line to a Rapise script. Note that you need to make sure that you're using the 32-bit command line on a 64-bit machine. I.e. follow the instructions in this KB article - https://www.inflectra.com/Support/KnowledgeBase/KB17.aspx

Overriding Rapise Settings from SpiraTest

Sometimes you want to override certain Rapise settings (e.g. the Command Interval) from within SpiraTest. For example you might to run one test set more slowly than other test sets because the environment is slower. This article explains how you can easily pass settings values from SpiraTest to Rapise.

Passing Test Parameters

There are many different ways of passing test parameters to Rapise from an external system. This guide describes the different ways of passing parameter values to Rapise.

Using Global.DoInvokeTest() to pass parameters between tests

Sometimes you want a test script to be able to call another sub-test as part of its operation. You can do this using the Global.DoInvokeTest('path to test', [parameters]); function. This articles provides a more detailed example for doing this.

The high-level information can be found on our website at: https://www.inflectra.com/Rapise/Guides.aspx?feature=Passing-Test-Parameters