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normal Pre-post actions in VSI 3.5

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27 Dec 2011 22:40 #22 by pradeepbansal00
pradeepbansal00 created the topic: Pre-post actions in VSI 3.5
Hi,
This is Pradeep from Mcafee, a Pro customer.

I was trying login vsi 3.5 which claims following two features
• Pre/ post actions: Configure Login VSI to perform tests and actions automatically before and after tests.
• Command Line Usage Console: The command line option in the Login VSI console enables to start fully automated test cycles.

I didn’t see anywhere in launcher console to do above functionality. Can you please point, where I can achieve above two functionality.


thanks,
Pradeep

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28 Dec 2011 12:14 #24 by m.plettenberg
m.plettenberg replied the topic: Re: Pre-post actions in VSI 3.5
Hi Pradeep,

As stated via email Pre/Post actions will be made available again ASAP, command line usage of the tool is described in chapter 2.4 of Performing tests in the admin guide

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