JDonner wrote:Morning all.
So if I have a bunch of scripts recorded and edited so they work the way I like, how do I automate running them using eValid?
Thanks for asking JDonner.
In the eValid context, this is handled by the eV.Manager feature, described here: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... mmary.html
Fair notice on this: managing a suite of tests can become tricky and detail-oriented work, but our experience is that the effort pays off in the long run on enhanced confidence in the quality
If you need further assistance with using the eV.Manager feature, please contact us.
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