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You can use databank in OTM but you have to give several run time parameters in the textbox provided when defining/executing a test case.
Please check OpenScript user manual to see the parameters to use.
-iterations i : number of iterations to run
-delayPercentage -1 -delayMin 2 -delayMax 2 : replace think time by 2secs
-dbopts “alias=xxx :iterations=zzz:startindex=y :whenOut=STOP_USER“
alias : databank alias name
startIndex : line number to start with in the db
whenOut : what to do when out of record.
Jean-Baptiste thank you for your help! How can I upload .csv file in OTM? Is there any special way to do that or OTM just have to have access to the same repository as OpenScript have ?
Edited by: user1039007 on Dec 18, 2012 10:52 AM
I solved the problem with uploading csv file. Where I have to put iterations number in ?
Better to use a shared repo between OpenScript & OTM server
=> you use a shared folder on the OTM server
=> you mount the drive on your computer where OS is installed
=> you define the repo in openscript using the letter path.
Concerning iteration number, see doc page 81 (chap 7-7)
Select Quick Run from the right-click shortcut menu.
This dialog box has the following options:
System - select the system on which you want to run this test. Systems are
configured using the Systems Manager.
Run Name - specify a name to use to identify this test run.
Version - select the version of software you are using or select Other to enter a
version that is not in the list.
Command line run settings - specify any additional arguments or command line
settings to use when running an Oracle OpenScript script. See the Oracle
OpenScript User’s Guide for additional information about using command line
Thank you for your time and your help! It works now!