Issues with batch execution on Host machines
Question ID: 107615

The process that I execute for automated software testing requires that an active user is logged on to the remote host machines so that we can execute the library of scripts across multiple host machines. This allows us to complete automated testing in about 30 hours instead of executing the scripts serially over 96 + hours.

The automation software that I use requires that the host machine is running with a local or network user.

I have been updating logon credentials on my local machine and on the host servers using a script, but this seems to be causing some issue with the current security requirements.

The batch execution fails but there is no information on root cause. Are there logs I can view to see why a particular set of scripts stops. I can execute the scripts individually without running into issues.

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Asked on April 26, 2017 7:40 pm
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In ALM Test Lab, make sure the Test Set's Automation tab > On Automated Test Failure > ''On final failure'' is NOT set to ''Stop the test set''

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Answered on April 26, 2017 7:41 pm
Thanks! I changed the setting and am able to resume as needed.
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