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TestDirector, now QC and Perl hook up

Posted on 2007-11-20
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This question might be premature, yet I will ask while I search the QC documents that I have.  My question is; We have some Perl scripts (5.8) which were developed to run with TestDirector.  Now we have upgraded to QC.  Now I need to hook up the existing Perl scripts to QC.  How then would I go about running the Perl scripts from QC?
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is your system is testing HW or SW?

consult your local IT admin for particalar aid.

btw, all perl scripts can be run from unix/PC platform with minor updates.
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Testing SW on a Windows platform.  Using ActivePerl.  We do not have an IT.
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Talmash (or anyone else who sees this message), I managed to set up the host on QC for the remote host where I am running the test, but I am being denied access.  I know it is a Users Account problem yet I was unable to set a user, but my questions is this; If I am running QC from my computer and executing tests from my computer, does the remote computer see my computer or the server where QC is running?  I would think it is the server where QC is running from.
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