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K asked on 15 Mar 2013, 07:54 PM
I am attempting to create my first test list for Scheduling tests with Test Studio, but when I click the "Add" button, Test Studio hangs, then eventually I see a "Not Responding" in the title bar.

Sometimes, after it hangs for 10 minutes or so, I may  see the Test list window is displayed, but I can't do anything at that point as if I click any where in the box, it hangs again.

My Test Studio set up consists of:
  1. - Test Studio stand alone is running on a WIN7 64 virtual machine
  2. - The Scheduling Server is configured the machine.
  3. - TFS has been connected to Test Studio, but only local test copies will be used when scheduling tests,
  4. - There are 3 other virtual machines that will be uses for Runtime Execution; all have been configured with the Runtime Execution

Any suggestions on why Test Studio is hanging when I am attempting to Create a new Test List?

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Rodney
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answered on 20 Mar 2013, 04:59 PM
Hello,

Thank you for the detailed description of the issue. To get started, there are a few things I would suggest. When possible, first check for updates. There have been quite a few enhancements over previous versions so if there is an update, its worth running.

If you are up to date or if the problem is still happening, follow the steps below:

1) Enable logging

2) Create a new project

3) Create a basic web test and save. (simply go to
www.telerik.com and save the test)

4) Attempt to add a test list

5) If it hangs, wait until you see the "Not Responding" heading and quit

Then export the log to file. Add it to a .zip and attach it to this post. 

Thanks,
Rodney
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answered on 21 Mar 2013, 04:51 PM
I figured out my issue. I did not have the file paths configured for the Test Project. Once I corrected it. I was able to successfully create test lists and schedule.

Thank you.
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