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Automated test from the Command Line

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4 years 2 months ago #31 by Kahuna
Replied by Kahuna on topic Automated test from the Command Line
Back in town and looking at this. To be clear, the "path to AppV" must relative to the AppV_Manage program.

If this is a VM automated test, then normally you are using a script to:
  • Revert the VM
  • Start it up
  • If the VM is not domain joined, copy the AppV file into the VM directly. In this case, the command line would be able to view the file as a local C:\ file without need of a network share.
  • Otherwise the AppV file can just be on a network share, in which case you just reference the share.

If there is a problem with AppV_Manage accessing the file, this would be shown as a output to the Console rather than in the log file.

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4 years 3 months ago #30 by Kahuna
Replied by Kahuna on topic Automated test from the Command Line
Always possible we broke something in the last release. I don't include that functionality in the release testing.

I am traveling to London this week, so odds of a quick look are small, but perhaps I'll have some time. You should increase the debugging level to 10 and post relevant portion of the debug log file (it will be placed in the same folder as the executable).

You can find the entry to set the log level in the HKLM registry.
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4 years 3 months ago #28 by Kahuna
Automated test from the Command Line was created by Kahuna
This may be like answering "did you check the power cord", but did you substitute the for the stuff in the square brackets?

Also, if the fullpath/filename contains any spaces, it probably needs to be in quotes.

Please provide actual command line used.

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