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Eclipse Application Testing Guide
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Creating a workbench location

Test workbench locations associate a target host with a test deployment. The test suite will be executed on the target host specified in the test workbench location.

Create a test workbench location:

  1. Open the Test Perspective, right-click in the Test Navigator, and select New > Test Element... > Test Assets > Workbench Location, and click Next.
  2. Select the parent folder and define the name of the test workbench location and click Next.
  3. Provide a description for the test workbench location and click Next.
  4. Select the target workbench as either the local workbench, as defined in the Target Platform, or another workbench. If another workbench is selected, enter the host name or IP address of the target host, Eclipse location (<Eclipse installation directory absolute path>/eclipse), workspace location (<Eclipse workspace directory absolute path>/eclipse), operating system, windowing system, architecture, and locale for the host where the other workbench is installed. Test the connection to the target host by clicking the Test Connection link1. Select the main options for the target workbench
  5. Click Finish to create the test workbench location.

[1] The Agent Controller or Integrated Agent Controller (local host only) is required to be configured and running.

Related concepts
Editing a workbench location

Related tasks
Creating a deployment

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