Typically, there is a one-to-one relationship between your current development project and a Test RealTime project. Although your development project may consist of more than one application, these applications often possess a common theme. Use the OneTest Embedded project to enforce that theme.
To create a project in Test RealTime:
Start HCL OneTest Embedded:Windows: use the Start menu
UNIX: type studio on the command line
Select the Get Started link on the left-hand side
of the OneTest Embedded Start Page.
Two links appear on the top of the page: New Project and Open Project.
Select the New Project link.
You should now see the New Project Wizard.
In the Project
Name field, enter BaseStation
In the Location field, select the button, browse to the folder in which you want the BaseStation project to be stored and then select it. For this Tutorial, let's assume that the project has been stored in the C:\tmp (Windows) or \usr\tmp (UNIX) folder.
Click the Next button.
Select, from the list of Target Deployment Ports currently installed on your machine, the one you intend to use to compile, link, and deploy your source code and the test or runtime analysis harness. Since the UMTS base station consists of C++ code, you should choose either C++ Visual 6.0 if you have Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 installed, or, if you are using a GNU/native compiler, select the item appropriate for your operating system:
Windows - C++ Gnu 2.95.3-5 (mingw)
Solaris - C++ Solaris - SC5.1
Linux - C++ Linux - Gnu 2.95.2
Do not be concerned if the version of the GNU compiler you have installed does not match the version mentioned for the TDP. The differences are not relevant for this tutorial and thus other versions are supported equally as well
Click the Finish button.
That's it. The project has been created - named BaseStation - and a project node by the same name appears on the Project Browser tab of the Project Explorer window on the right-hand side of the UI: