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RQM Command Line Execution Tool Error


Liora Milbaum (513283117) | asked Sep 30 '14, 5:34 a.m.
CLM 4.0.4

I am using the tool with ant from my build definition.
From the build log file:

CreateTestSuiteResult:
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Attempting to create SSL_TLS context
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Successfully created an HTTP client
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Attempting to create SSL_TLS context
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Connection to RQM Server is established
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Procesing input parameters for TestSuite Execution
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Starting execution
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Exception occurred while doing a post to the server with the URL:https://ilclm.redbend.com:9443/qm/service/com.ibm.rqm.execution.common.service.rest.ITestSuiteExecutionRecordRestService/execute. Please verify that the adapter being used is running and the values for parameters tserId, suiteStepScriptIds, suiteStepAdapterIds are valid and exist.
[executeTestSuiteExecRecord] Internal Error occurred. See log for more details


Where can I find the log file?
Thanks,
Liora

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Reshma Ratnani (1.1k1) | answered Sep 30 '14, 5:41 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
Hi Liora

What all arguments are you passing?
You need to specify the -suiteStepScriptIds argument with scriptIds which you want to execute
Also if you want to execute remote script then you need to specify the adapterId

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Liora Milbaum commented Sep 30 '14, 5:53 a.m.

the ant file:
<project name="vrm" default="CreateTestSuiteResult">
    <target name="CreateTestSuiteResult">
        <executeTestSuiteExecRecord
            userId="${userId}"
            password="${password}"
            rqmServerUrl="${rqmServerUrl}"
            projectName="${projectName}"
            testSuiteExecRecordId="${testSuiteExecRecordId}"
            arguments="-exitOnComplete=true -resultState=com.ibm.rqm.execution.common.state.error" />
    </target>
    <taskdef name="executeTestSuiteExecRecord"
        classname="com.ibm.rqm.executiontool.RQMExecuteTestSuiteExecRecord" />
</project>


Reshma Ratnani commented Sep 30 '14, 5:58 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

The -suiteStepScriptIds argument is missing here and so you are getting the error. Include the -suiteStepScriptIds argument in your ant file

Usage example

"Executing a Test Suite Execution Record":

"ExecutionUtility -tserId=134 -projectName="Quality Manager" -publicURI=https://localhost:9443/jazz -user=<valid user>  -password=<correct password>   -suiteStepScriptIds=10,23,,45 -suiteStepAdapterIds=20,20,,11 -exitOnComplete=false


Reshma Ratnani commented Sep 30 '14, 6:00 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

Some help info for the new arguments

-suiteStepScriptIds=1,,4,10 : Optional comma separated scriptIds for each step in the order of step. Leave blank for a step where not applicable or want to use default script.
        For instance, to specify scriptId 4 for step 1, script 78 for step 3 for a suite with 5 steps, argument value would be as follows:
        -suiteStepScriptIds=4,,78,,
 
-suiteStepAdapterIds=<comma separated adapter ids for each suite step> : Optional comma separated adapter Ids for each step in the order of step. Leave blank for a step where adapter is not required or want RQM to assign an adapter.
        For instance, to specify adapterId 20 for step 2,  15 for step 3 for a suite with 3 steps, argument value would be as follows:
        -suiteStepAdapterIds=,20,15


Liora Milbaum commented Sep 30 '14, 6:21 a.m.

I think that using the "-resultState" argument eliminates the necessity of using the 

"-suiteStepAdapterIds" argument. 
This ant file was already used as it is in another project and worked perfectly. It must be something else. 

Do you know where I can find the log file stated in the error?


Reshma Ratnani commented Sep 30 '14, 6:25 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

You can add argument -verbose=true
this will print additional logs in console


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Liora Milbaum (513283117) | answered Oct 01 '14, 11:59 p.m.
Found the problem. The user ${userId} was not part of the Project Area. As soon as I added him it start working.

Thanks,
Liora

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