qacom wrote:Thanks for the update. The EPRISE01 license should suit us fine; I am assuming that by license being in Terminal Services system, you are referring to the system having telnet facility by which other systems can
Connect to this system having evalid. Also explain, what would be mode of communication (protocol used etc.) between the system under test and system having eValid license, assuming both are on LAN.
Could you pls also share the price of EPRISE01?
Thanks for writing.
Yes, the EPRISE01 license works with Windows Terminal Services.
Actually, I think you RDC to the machine where eVlaid is installed
with the EPRISE01 license. Each registered user has his own
workspace and the local keyboard/mouse/screen works on the
machine remotely, over the LAN.
We have tried telnet into the WTS machine and eValid runs in
batch mode but with telnet you have no screen...so telnet is
eValid is a browser, so when eValid is the test driver, and
the system under test is a web application served locally
on the LAN the interconnect is HTTP/s. Remember, eValid is
a browser so tests run on it are the same as if a human
user was using the browser...the server can't tell the