How is eValid structured on a computer/server

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How is eValid structured on a computer/server

Postby BevLin » Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:45 am

Hello.

Question.

How is eValid organized on my machine/server?

I mean, how does eValid organize all of the scripts and results and other stuff?

Also any documentation references would be helpful.

Thanks
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Re: How is eValid structured on a computer/server

Postby eValid » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:40 am

BevLin wrote:Hello.

Question.

How is eValid organized on my machine/server?

I mean, how does eValid organize all of the scripts and results and other stuff?

Also any documentation references would be helpful.

Thanks


This can be daunting if you have a lot of tests that are complicated BevLin.

Here is the lead page that explains the design:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... rules.html

The basic principle is this: you have a test project that is organized into groups of tests, and individual tests that are given names.

Project >> Group >> Test

A good rule of thumb is to have a test activity that involves 10 projects each with 10 groups of tests, and each test has 10 individual scripts.

That's 1000 test overall.

That's enough for most of our users.


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