Join Bryan Lamb for an in-depth discussion in this video Trigger from a batch file, part of Robot Framework Test Automation: Sauce Labs.
- [Instructor] Using a batch file…to trigger your robot framework tests on SauceLabs,…is really very easy to set up,…and it's something anybody can do…if you don't feel like you have the time…or skills to create a Jenkins Instance.…Batch files are just text files…that are capable of running one or more Windows commands,…and what we would do is just add one or more…of the pybot calls we've been using…to run our scripts this whole time.…And that looks like pybot plus your results path,…plus your desired capabilities, plus the script name.…And you can run them sequentially by specifying, call pybot,…or you can run them in parallel by specifying, start pybot.…
And of course you can mix and match those…if you have one or two scripts…that needs to run sequentially,…followed by a few that need to run in parallel,…followed by another sequential, and then two more parallel.…You could use a call, and start,…respectively, on multiple lines.…You can also use the dash T option to preserve log history,…so that you can run your scripts…
- Why use Sauce Labs?
- Exploring the Sauce Labs platforms
- Manual testing options on Sauce Labs
- Creating and running a simple Sauce Labs script
- Searching and filtering Sauce Labs test results
- Triggering from a batch file
- Running your scripts over Sauce Connect