If I am the developer of the script and developed the complete suite and then create a package and handed over to someone to execute the same.Is it possible?
Does that another person need to have license to run the same?
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answered on 19 Nov 2019, 02:51 PM
It is absolutely possible to execute a test, test list or open the full Test Studio project on another machine. There are different requirements for those actions and I will share more details below.
Recorded tests and test lists can be executed, using the ArtOfTest.Runner.exe. It comes with Test Studio Web & Desktop, Ultimate and the Run-Time edition and you need a license for those. You can run the test or test lists from the command line or a build server like Jenkins or Azure DevOps as well.
Opening and editing the recorded test scripts requires Test Studio Web & Desktop, Ultimate, or the Visual Studio extensions from a DevCraft Ultimate license . Having those licenses and products also allows you to execute the tests on that machine.
A typical setup is to develop the tests on 1 or more machines with a license for Test Studio Web & Desktop or Ultimate and execute them via the scheduling feature on other machines, that have at least Test Studio Run-Time.
Please do not hesitate to contact us again, if you have any follow up questions.