Keynote DeviceAnywhere/HP Application Lifecycle Management (HP DeviceAnywhere/HP Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM/QC) Integration Guide TCE Automation 5.2

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  • Keynote DeviceAnywhere/HP Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM/QC)

    Integration Guide TCE Automation 5.2

  • KDA-HP QC Integration Guide

    ii Copyright 2012 Keynote DeviceAnywhere. All Rights Reserved. Keynote DeviceAnywhere Confidential

    Copyright Copyright 2012 Keynote DeviceAnywhere. All Rights Reserved.

    August 2012.

    Notice 2012 Keynote DeviceAnywhere. All rights reserved.

    THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED AS IS WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS REPRESENTATIONS OF WARRANTIES. IN ADDITION, KEYNOTE DEVICEANYWHERE, DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY INTELLECTURAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.

    Test Center Enterprise Automation 5.2

    All text and figures included in this publication are the exclusive property of Keynote DeviceAnywhere, and may not be copied, reproduced, or used in any way without the express permission in writing of Keynote DeviceAnywhere. Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Keynote DeviceAnywhere. Keynote DeviceAnywhere may have patents or pending patent applications covering subject matter in this document. The furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Keynote DeviceAnywhere.

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    Copyright 2012 Keynote DeviceAnywhere. All Rights Reserved. iii Keynote DeviceAnywhere Confidential

    Contents About This Document ...................................................................................................... 5

    Document Outline ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Typographical Conventions ...................................................................................................................... 5 Contacting Support .................................................................................................................................... 6 Additional Documentation ....................................................................................................................... 6

    1 Prerequisites ........................................................................................................... 7 1.1 HP ALM Integration Requirements .......................................................................................... 7 1.2 System Requirements for Keynote DeviceAnywhere Studio ................................................ 7

    2 Keynote DeviceAnywhere Add-In Installation ................................................ 9

    3 Running a Keynote DeviceAnywhere - HP ALM Session ............................ 14 3.1 Keynote DeviceAnywhere Studio ............................................................................................ 14 3.2 Launching HP ALM ................................................................................................................... 14 3.3 Creating a Mobile Test in HP ALM ......................................................................................... 16 3.4 Viewing Mobile Test Results .................................................................................................... 20

  • KDA-HP QC Integration Guide

    Keynote DeviceAnywhere Confidential 5

    About This Document This document describes the installation and use of Keynote DeviceAnywheres Add-In for HP Application Lifecycle Management software (also called HP Quality Center). The Add-in integrates HP ALM (HP QC) with Keynote DeviceAnywheres mobile application and device testing platform, enabling users to run test scripts in HP ALM that run on real, live mobile devices attached to the Keynote DeviceAnywhere platform.

    From HP ALM, you can execute single-device as well as multi-device automated test cases that have been created in the Keynote DeviceAnywhere Studio client application. To support test case execution from HP ALM, you can:

    Select an execution device(s) from HP ALM.

    Pass values for test case parameters from HP ALM.

    View proofs (device screenshots) in HP ALM after test case execution.

    Document Outline In this document:

    Prerequisites lists the requirements for Keynote DeviceAnywhere HP ALM integration. It also lists system requirements for the Keynote DeviceAnywhere Studio client application, required for creating automated mobile tests. Studio must be installed on the HP ALM client machine.

    Keynote DeviceAnywhere Add-In Installation describes the procedure for installing the Keynote DeviceAnywhere Add-In for HP ALM.

    Running a Keynote DeviceAnywhere HP ALM Session describes how to launch an HP ALM session after integration, how to set up Keynote DeviceAnywhere mobile test execution from HP ALM, and how to device screen proofs in run results.

    Typographical Conventions The table below describes the typographical conventions used in DeviceAnywhere documentation.

    Style Element Examples

    Blue Links and email addresses

    http://www.keynotedeviceanywhere.com The Document Outline section on this page describes the structure of this manual.

    Bold User interface elements such as menu items Select Scripting in the Test Automation view of Studio.

    Monospace Commands, code output, filenames, directories

    Right-click the projects actions directory.

    Monospace bold User input In a command window, type adb kill-server.

    Italic Document titles and emphasis Refer to the Keynote DeviceAnywhere Private System Installation Guide for instructions on setting up server infrastructure.

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    6 Keynote DeviceAnywhere Confidential

    Contacting Support If you have any comments or suggestions regarding this document, contact the DeviceAnywhere support organization for enterprise customers at kda-esupport@keynote.com. You may also send your inquiries about DeviceAnywhere product demonstrations and consulting services to this address.

    Enterprise customers can find support information at http://www.deviceanywhere.com/enterprise-support.html.

    Additional Documentation You can find additional information in the following documents available at http://www.keynotedeviceanywhere.com/testing-automation-documentation.html:

    TCE Automation User Guide

    TCE Automation Release Notes

    TCE Interactive User Guide

    Keynote DeviceAnywhere HP Functional Testing Integration Guide

    You can also access documents from the Help menu in Studio.

    HP ALM documentation, including the user and installation guides, is available at http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/manuals (requires HP Passport login). Documentation is also available from the HP ALM Help menu.

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    1 Prerequisites To deploy and use the Keynote DeviceAnywhere - HP ALM integration, you require the following:

    1.1 HP ALM Integration Requirements The following software components are needed for the DeviceAnywhere HP Functional Testing integration:

    HP Application Lifecycle Management software (HP ALM, also called HP Quality Center) 11.00refer to the HP Application Lifecycle Management Installation Guide for system requirements (also see Additional Documentation).

    The following patch must also be applied to your HP ALM installation before installing the Keynote DeviceAnywhere Add-In: HP ALM 11.0 Patch 2 (Filename: TD4QC_00167.zip).

    The Keynote DeviceAnywhere Add-in components can be installed on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 machines on which HP ALM is installed.

    A license for TCE Automation

    Keynote DeviceAnywhere Add-In for HP ALM components, provided together in an archive file:

    CustomTestTypes folder

    DATestFiles folder

    DATestFiles.cab folder

    Keynote DeviceAnywhere Studio client software, installed on the HP ALM client machine (see System Requirements for DeviceAnywhere Studio below). Studio must point to a fully operational Keynote DeviceAnywhere mobile test environment (including DeviceAnywhere Access Server, SQL Server, and other components).

    An account enabling you to log in to Studioif you require an account, please contact your system administrator.

    1.2 System Requirements for Keynote DeviceAnywhere Studio NOTE These requirements are for installing Studio only; requirements for installing the complete Keynote DeviceAnywhere test environment are detailed in the TCE Private System Installation Guide.

    Minimum system requirements are as follows:

    2 GHz dual-core processor (Pentium 4)

    2 GB RAM

    At least 10 GB available hard disk space

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