In the Accounts dialog, you can specify account data that LoadComplete will use by default.
You can also specify the account data in the appropriate project items. However, to use the same credentials across several items or projects or if you want to store your credentials separately from your projects, specify the credentials here.
This can help you keep your credentials secured if you share your projects.
To call the Accounts dialog:
Select Tools > Options from the main menu.
Select General > Accounts from the tree displayed on the left side of the resulting Options dialog.
You can change the following options:
This group of options specifies the email server and account you will use to send test results:
SMTP Server – The address of the SMTP Server.
Connection type – The type of the connection encryption.
Port – The port of the SMTP server.
Login – The user account name used to connect to the SMTP server.
Password – The user account password.
This group of options specifies the Amazon Access Key and Secret Access Key that LoadComplete will use to connect to Amazon EC2 and launch cloud computers.
To get your keys, you must have a registered Amazon account. For information on how to register an account and how to get these access keys, see the Amazon EC2 documentation.
Amazon account data is stored in an encrypted form. See Security Specification.
This group of options specifies the JIRA server URL and the account you will use to post issues to JIRA:
URL – The URL of the JIRA server, including http:// or https:// and (if needed) the port number. For example http://jira:8080 or https://<yourcompany>.atlassian.net.
Login – Your JIRA username. It is usually the first part of your email address without the @domain part. For example, if you log in to JIRA as firstname.lastname@example.org, your username is john.doe. You can see your username on your JIRA profile page.
Password – Your JIRA password.