Applies to TestExecute 14.10, last modified on May 13, 2019

From the Command Line

TestExecute operates as a true command-line utility. You specify the project or project suite to open and the tests to run by using command-line arguments. Here is the example of how you can run a test project from a command line:

TestExecute.exe "C:\Work\SmartBear\TestExecute\Projects\My\MySuite.pjs" /r /p:MyProj

For complete information on TestExecute command-line arguments, see TestExecute Command Line.

From the TestExecute Menu

You can also run tests from the TestExecute menu:

  1. Right-click the TestExecute icon () in the notification area (tray).

  2. Click Open and browse for the project or project suite you want to run.

    Note: TestExecute always opens the entire project suite, not individual projects.
  3. From the Run menu, select the project suite or project to be run.

    — or —

    Press Shift+F3 to run the entire project suite. (The shortcut can be changed in Options | General | Global Shortcuts)

    Running tests from TestExecute context menu

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After the test run is over, TestExecute will open the test results.

To learn how to disable displaying test results after each test run, see Disabling TestExecute Logs.

Note: TestExecute does not support running tests in environments. To start these tests, you need to use TestComplete.

See Also

Calling Script Routines via COM
Configuring Your System

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