How to have TestArchitect generate a test execution
batch file for you, with all the arguments set in accordance with your
After creating your test, launch the Execute Test dialog box.
Configure all the options in the Execute Test dialog box
in accordance with your preferences.
Click Generate Batch File to create a batch file, for
example a .bat file in Windows.
In the Save dialog box, browse to a location where you
want to save the generated batch file.
The Creation of batch file complete message
appears indicating the process is complete.
The Execute Test dialog box is closed.
If you want to change the generated batch file to only compile tests and not
run the tests when the batch file executes, manually add the
-co flag to the file after the ta
execute statement but before the last flag in the batch file, as
Note: The -co flag can be inserted anywhere
between the ta execute statement and before the last
flag, as long as the insertion does not split the existing flag
Double-click the generated batch file to execute the batch run.