We have a customer that have a prod and a testserver, these are installed on 2 different servers. On prod we use a fileshare where we have all applications, testserver use folders on local server. Instead of install one QDF on each server, shouldent it be the best to use fileshare and "repoint" mounted folders in QMC-test to use fileshare. Than I dont have to care about the path in my QDF. Or is it better to have 2 different QDF and move the whole container between the servers?
Hi Staffan, As QDF automatically re-creates the "path" every time the script runs (we call these global variables vG.) you can move the containers and/or apps between QDF environments without need of modifications in the script. So our recommendation is to have separate QDF instances for test and prod.
You should use the global variables given to you by the framework (to access folders), then your app will work when moving to prod. Example vG.QVDPath points to the 2.QVD folder inside the container that hosts the app, independent on were the container is located (\\server\qdf\.. or c\qdf..:). Look at the 1-8 video series to get more information regarding this. Hope this helps, regards
Yes I understand, but if the variable not is a path, its an expression created by a SET in Variable Editor. This will be in the application and the Variable Editor at test. When I move to Prod it will still be in the app but not in Variable Editor, or I´m I wrong here?