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Enterprise Tester 6.7.1
Getting Started with Duette
Enterprise Tester comes complete with the Duette Plugin. Users only need to enable the plugin and add the Duette license to get started.
- From the Admin tab from the tree navigator, expand the Extensions folder and double click on Plugins.
- The Plugin screen will be displayed. Ensure that the Duette Plugin and at least one of the testing adaptors (QTP, RFT, Selenium or Unit Testing Frameworks) is enabled depending on the tool you want to import from. By default, the Duette plugin should be enabled.
- Once the plugin has been enabled, Navigate to the Duette License screen by expanding the Extensions folder and then expanding Plugins under the Extensions folder. Double click on Duette which will now be displayed. The Duette License details screen will open.
- To generate your Duette License, go to the Catch website and login using your username and password. Provided you have a purchased a Duette License, you will be able to generate a license from the website using the Server key listed on the Plugin License screen.
- Apply the license text to the screen in step 3 and click Save.
- A message will now display indicating you must restart ET for the changes to take place.
- Click the Restart link.
- Wait for Enterprise Tester to restart. Once restarted Enterprise Tester will automatically redirect you to the Plugins screen where you can confirm the plugin is loaded. Check that the Load Status indicates Loaded and State indicates Enabled.
- To enable a user or group to access Duette Schedules, you must add Duette Schedules permission.This is located under Resources in the Permissions tab.
- Now you are ready to start using Duette to import automated tests from all supported automated test tools.