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Microsoft has long included a program that runs commands at a given time. In the current version of Windows, this program is called Scheduled Tasks and can be found in the Control Panel. When you open this folder, you will see the Add Scheduled Task icon, and you would click on this to start the wizard. The wizard walks you through the process and is very easy to use. You just pick the program file you wish to run either the TestLabSetup.exe or TestApp.bat file in this case. Then, you choose a date and time you wish it to run and finish the wizard. You can edit the settings the wizard configures by double-clicking on the file it creates or by checking the Advanced Properties check box on the wizard s final screen (see Figure 7-18).
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Figure 7-18. Completing the Scheduled Task Wizard When the Advanced Properties window opens, you will see four tabs. You use these tabs to control the way your program will run. One important option is the Run textbox on the Task tab. If you are not using the Batch File option, you will need to add the arguments into this textbox (see Figure 7-19).
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Figure 7-19. Modifying the Task settings
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All that you need to do now is test it, of course. When the scheduled time comes, your installation should automatically start and the install report should show up on the network share for you to review later.
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In this chapter, you have seen that a Console application can be a useful tool when you want to automate test lab setups. You saw two examples: one that created a useful report about the PC itself and one that automated an installation after it checked this report. You also saw how to work with command-line arguments and how to create your own. Finally, you saw how by using a combination of simple tools, such as batch files and the Task Scheduler, you can create a system that will automate lab setups a process that can save your company time and money. Of course, this example used text files to save both the report data from the InspectPC and the SetUp testware applications. In many professional testing suites, you will find that they use a database to store this kind of data instead. You can build your testware to do this as well, but you will need more experience with database programming. To get started, you will take a look at databases and how to work with them in 8.
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On a test project, Create automation tools that are simple and reusable. Use the Console application whenever you do not need a lot of user interaction. Use network share to access common files needed in a test lab. Create reports on your automations that can be reviewed and verified.
Introduction to Database Testing
esting software applications usually includes accessing and verifying data of some kind. This is true of any kind of software application you can think of these days, including, of course, web applications. In fact, out of necessity, more focus is being placed on end-to-end testing of large software applications. End-to-end testing traces the flow of information and any bugs encountered from the user of the system (the client) all the way through to any data accessed and then back again to the original client. Going through the entire system may include passing through multiple servers and accessing heterogeneous data stores. For example, a client system (such as a browser on a home computer) accesses an application stored on a web server. This web server, in turn, passes the client s request for information say, a price on a product to a database server. The database server returns the request back to the web server, which, in turn, passes the information back to the client. Testing this kind of arrangement can be complex as the tester tries to determine the source of bugs in the system s multiple layers (see Figure 8-1).
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