About Virtual Testers

System Testing for C

Virtual Testers are multiple contextual incarnations of a single .pts System Testing test script.

One Virtual Tester can be deployed simultaneously on one or several targets, with different test configurations. A same virtual tester can also have multiple clones on the same target host machine.

System Testing generates Virtual Testers from a test script according to the declared instances. The System Testing Supervisor, which runs on the OneTest Embedded host computer, is in charge of deploying and controlling remote Virtual Testers.

Note   A System Testing Agent must be installed and running on each target host before deploying Virtual Testers to those targets.

Following the execution architecture and constraints needed to comply, the Test Script Compiler provides several ways to generate the Virtual Testers.

Related Topics

Configuring Virtual TestersDeploying Virtual TestersDebugging Virtual TestersSystem Testing SupervisorSystem Testing in a Multi-Threaded or RTOS Environment