I have created a Test Case to create Authorization keys for 13k values which will write down the values in a csv file. It is a 2 step test case. Since it has to run for 13k values. I can't run in ITR.
When I am staging this test case without suite, it isn't creating temp folder in lads directory. Also in logs it shows message:
"WARN - Unable to delete temporary mari file
And when I am staging it using Test Suite, it isn't updating csv file with values and in logs it shows message:
Please help. it is urgent.
Did you change lisa.tmpdir to a shared directory? If so, this is not supported and it needs to be on a local disk
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No. It is local machine only. Project is in shared directory.
Can you copy the project locally & try staging it again.
I suspect there are permission related issues with the shared directory where DevTest needs to create/delete the mari file.
I have tried copying project in local. Still same error.
Did you try to run test case via TestRunner Command ?
I would need the entire log file from Registry, Coord and Simulator. There should be an ERROR. Is it able to Stage? What happens when you click 'Play'?
This is a good issue to open a support case.
We don't have access to registry, coord or simulator logs. When I click on 'Play' after staging it shows working fine. But where is it getting staged? I assume it will stage locally and I will be able to see all the logs and the files. Please correct me if I am wrong.
We would need more information to help diagnose. What type of step are you using to write to the csv file? How have you specified the file location? How long does the test take to run and how are you validating that the csv file isn't being created? The LADs directory is transient and will be removed after the test ru completes - how are you capturing the csv file before the test run completes?
I am using write property into file filter. I have tried providing the location as Lisa relative path and local path as well.
I am checking in Lads folder. I always see Lads folder remains in temp directory, So I assumed that I can access it from there. Correct me If I am wrong. Wat is the other way to achieve the same?
The LADs directory is transient and we do our best to remove the temporary directory created when tests are staged. Try writing to a well know folder outside the project to verify that the properties file is created by your test.
i am also facing same issue.
@ monika, did it resolve for you