I've built the attached workbook and so far it has helped us to schedule QTP scripts using QC.
Hope you find it useful as well!
the execel sheet is very nice, but can you show us how to use it so that we can benefit from your work? Thanks
I agree with sarahzhaoc.
Also what about the buttons?
Thanks for sharing the excel sheet... I am using a vbs file that works on same concept as the excel sheet..
set a flag with YES/NO in excel and add a condition - read the cell (flag value), If "YES" execute.
This is indeed an amazing utility. Hats off to you and many bows!!!
I was going through the spreadsheet and the associated code and have quite a few questions. It would be very helpful to build my knolwedge base if you can answer these questions for me:
Could you please help me understand these aspects:
1. On the spreadsheet there's this column called "Pred. Id". I am not sure the purpose of it (Is it short for "predecessor"? I do not know what that means from the QC/ ALM perspective)
2. I saw a declaration as below on the "QC Connectivity" module and wasn't sure why a .dll file is required (I am not familar with DLL creations). Also, does the DLL get invoked without requiring an exclusive function call?
Declare Function WNetGetUser Lib "mpr.dll" _Alias "WNetGetUserA" (ByVal lpName As String, _ByVal lpUserName As String, lpnLength As Long) As LongConst NoError = 0 'The Function call was successful
I think I have some more questions but didn't think it was right to throw them all at once.
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