Thank you to everyone who joined this webcast on January 18, 2017 which featured an demo/presentation on the integration between CA Test Data Manager 4.0 and DevTest 10.0. A big thanks to Dan Mazzei for presenting this topic to the community!
Below are all the relevant webcast materials:
You can find the example Medicare files attached.
The Shredder RR pairs are for creating the Virtual Service. The WSDL is for the TDM Object. The RR pairs are for TDM import data. And here’s the formulas for the Data Painter:
ZIP: @randlov(0,@seedlist(US Zip Codes)@,1)@SUPPID: @randlov(0,@seedlist(Car Parts)@)@COMPANY: @randlov(0,@seedlist(Companies)@)@ INCADDR: @randlov(0,@seedlist(US Address Line 1)@,1)@CITY: @randlov(0,@seedlist(US City State Zip County)@,1)@STATE: @randlov(0,@seedlist(US City State Zip County)@,2)@RESP ZIP: ^Request_GetSupplierByZipCode.zip(1)^TEL: (@randrange(110,999)@)@randrange(110,199)@-@randrange(1110,1999)@DESC: @randrange(2300,9800)@ISSUPP: 0@randrange(02,09)@
Since TDM applies the data generated to the LIVE VS, you need to download the MAR file to get the generated data.1. In Portal, Select the “Action” drop-down next to the sunning service and select “Download MAR”
2. The MAR file (Model Archive) is really a .zip file, so you can rename it and open it. You’ll see a Project directory structure, the same as is LISAHOME/Projects.
3. Extract the MAR (now .zip) file to a folder.4. Now open Workstation UI, and open the “Project” MAR file you just extracted.
5. Then select the VSI. You will see the TDM generated data in the response!
Hope that helps clarify!