12-05-2013 02:15 AM
I created some test scripts in HP Service test 11.2 on the C:, and linked an excel file from the same directory as the data source. I then put a copy of these scripts on another machine in a different drive (F:) and then tried to open these scripts. HP Service test reports an error that it cannot open the scripts because the associated excel files are not be found in C:.
HP Service seems to force you to specify the file location as an absolute path. Is it possible in HP Service test to associate files using a relative path just like with QTP tests,or is there an alternative solution that can handle this.
12-06-2013 05:56 AM
I found that no metter where your script is located, HP thinks it's on C drive. I performed the following test with creating a file:
1. The test is located here: D:\UFT\Data\MQ\Tests
2. I want to create a file test.txt and I specify the path as ..\..\Messages and run the test
3. The test fails with error: Could not find a part of the path 'C:\Program Files\HP\Messages\test.txt'