New to Team City: can I get it to launch Test Complete and report back progress & results?

Hi,

Our development team uses Team City to build our application and unit tests, continuous integration and good stuff like that...
but as part of an automated test team using Test Complete to do functional testing of the Application, I was wondering, how, if I can use TeamCity to launch the overnight Testcomplete/TestExcecute scripts
and get it to report current progress, completed tests etc...whats failed whats passed...in a similar way to the development team

we currently use Windows Task Scheduler to launch Test Exceute by a command line at specified time..., and as part of orur test complet scripts it generates log files & sends emails(lots of them!!) to notify people of test sucess/failure...

but it would be good to have it integrated into the rest of our Team City so we can see it all in one place...


hope this question makes sense

Look forward to hearing your replies...

many thanks in advance

Kay

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Sorry for the delay. The question is still actual with latest TeamCity release?

Kind regards,
Marina
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Hello Marina,

I have the same problem (i'm using TeamCity 6.0 RC for the moment).

Can you please give me a suggestion?


Thank you in advance,
Sorin.

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Hi

I am so looking for a suggestion

Pardeep

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If you current run the tests from the scheduler with command line parameters then you can wrap that in a .bat file and call that from TeamCity

Yuo can then integrat teh report that TestComplete creates into TeamCity using this article:

http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/TCD5/Including+Third-Party+Reports+in+the+Build+Results

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I call all command line stuff from NAnt, it's fairly simple and easy to read, just make some testing scripts and you're good to go. :)

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Hi

I've created  feature request TW-18642, please vote.

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