AutomationSchedule Object

Applies to QAComplete 12.75 SaaS, last modified on April 01, 2021
This functionality is provided by the automated testing bridge that allows obtaining TestComplete test results to the QAComplete Automation screen.
Starting from the release 9.9.0, this functionality is obsolete and is supported only for backward compatibility.

An AutomationSchedule object represents the automation schedule in QAComplete.

To manage the schedule in QAComplete, you need a user account that belongs to a security group that has the following privileges:

  • Read, Add, Update, and Delete privileges for AutomationSchedules.

You can view and set privileges in  > Setup > Security > Security Group > Manage Security Rights.

Properties

AutomationScheduleId  :  integer

The unique identifier of the automation schedule.

AutomationTestItemId  :  integer

The ID of the automation test item that is scheduled to run.

DateBegin  :  dateTime

The start date and time of the schedule.

DateEnd  :  dateTime

The end date and time of the schedule.

DaysRun  :  integer

The number of days the schedule was run.

TimeRun  :  string (max 100 chars)

The time to run the test.

Status  :  string (max 100 chars)

The status of the automation schedule.

ProjId  :  integer

The ID of the QAComplete project that contains the automation schedule.

CreateUserId  :  integer

The ID of the user that created the automation schedule.

UpdateUserId  :  integer

The ID of the user who last updated the automation schedule.

DateCreated  :  dateTime

The date and time the automation schedule was created.

DateUpdated  :  dateTime

The date and time the automation schedule was last updated.

RunASAP  :  boolean

Reserved.

TestName  :  string (max 100 chars)

The test name.

TestType  :  string (max 100 chars)

The test type.

AutomationType  :  string (max 100 chars)

The name of the automated testing tool, TestComplete or QTP.

SuitePath  :  string

The path to the test project suite on the host or in a shared network folder.

Relevant Operations

Example

XML

<AutomationSchedule>
   <AutomationScheduleId>4</AutomationScheduleId>
   <AutomationTestItemId>5</AutomationTestItemId>
   <DateBegin>2014-08-10T00:00:00</DateBegin>
   <DateEnd>2014-08-15T00:00:00</DateEnd>
   <DaysRun>5</DaysRun>
   <TimeRun>10:00 AM</TimeRun>
   <Status>Approved</Status>
   <ProjId>10372</ProjId>
   <CreateUserId>24661</CreateUserId>
   <UpdateUserId>24661</UpdateUserId>
   <DateCreated>2014-08-04T21:21:24:067</DateCreated>
   <DateUpdated>2014-08-04T21:21:24:067</DateUpdated>
   <RunASAP>false</RunASAP>
   <TestName>Test input controls</TestName>
   <TestType>pjs</TestType>
   <AutomationType>TestComplete</AutomationType>
   <SuitePath>\\Test-WinXPx86\Work\Tests\Release\Project.pjs</SuitePath>
 </AutomationSchedule>

See Also

AutomationSchedules_Add Operation
AutomationSchedules_Load Operation
Automation Schedules Operations

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