Code Tester (CT) works with the following schemas: Code Tester repository ® , tested schema (T), schema for generated testing code ©.
Different CT customers use different configurations:
R, T and C are 3 different schemas (R,T,C configuration)
when R, T and C are the same schema (R=T=C configuration).
T and C are the same schema and R is different (R, T=C configuration). This is the most popular option.
Instead of one T schema our customers sometimes use a number of schemas where tested programs and depended object are located (T1, T2, …).
When you install into existing schema the next screen ask you about R schema. After repository installation in the R schema you can see a number of QU% tables
and packages. Your test definitions will be saved there.
Testing code is a package that is generated on base of test definition. It is a package in C schema with Q## prefix in its name, which is run when testing.
When you use a configuration
different from R=T=C you should make sure you have enough privileges for testing.
T and C schemas should have privileges access/execute repository objects. The simplest way is to create public synonyms for repository objects. You can go:
Go to Start->All programs->Quest Software->Quest Code Tester for Oracle->Administration->Repository manager
You can create private synonyms using qu_private_synonyms.sql and qu_grant_execute.sql script coming with installation.
If you use “R,T,C configuration” the T schema should have execute/access privileges on tested object in T schema.
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From: Swapnil Parashar [mailto:bounce-Swapnil_Parashar@toadworld.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 4:10 PM
Subject: RE: [Code Tester for Oracle - Customizing Your Test Definitions Discussion Forum] ERROR “Implicit test elements are not cached successfully” when I try to create a test definition around a function
RE: ERROR “Implicit test elements are not cached successfully”
when I try to create a test definition around a function
Reply by Swapnil Parashar
The next screen asks for username, password and database.
Now is the database the server where the functions are, or should I just point to my own machine where the tests would be saved?
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