Articles Tagged 'command line'

Running Rapise test sets without third-party tools

Recommended way of running Rapise tests on regular basis is using SpiraTest and RapiseLauncher. Other options include Azure DevOps and Jenkins. But there is also a way of running Rapise tests via command line. If this is what you are looking for then read this article.

Using RemoteLaunch to Execute a Powershell Script

This guide will cover how to initially install and configure RemoteLaunch (not RemoteLaunchX) and the Command-Line execution engine as well as creating and scheduling PowerShell script executions.  It will also cover how to pass data into PowerShell and receive test results.

RemoteLaunch v5.1.0.0 was used to create this guide.


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 -

How to run a program as a different user

Sometimes a test needs to run a process as a different user (not the logged in user executing Rapise). It is not possible to use runas command for this purpose because it forces a user to type a password manually.  From this short article you will learn how to reach the goal.

How to run CMD shell commands

In some cases a test needs to run a Windows shell command (e.g. dir, ipconfig, gpresult) and capture/parse output. Learn how to do this in Rapise from this short article.

Running VBScript automated test scripts using RemoteLaunch
With RemoteLaunch you can execute test scripts written in a variety of languages on your test computers and have them scheduled and managed by SpiraTest. This article explains the process.