Task flow: Working with the HCL Quality Server Environments dashboard

You can use the HCL Quality Server Environments dashboard to perform various tasks such as starting, stopping stubs and scenarios, and modifying stub configurations after you have published stubs to HCL Quality Server. You can also lock the environment that contain the published stubs.

The task flow presents tasks that a Tester can perform in the HCL Quality Server Environments dashboard. The following links to the associated topics provide more information to complete the tasks.

The following table provides a list of the tasks to be performed in a sequence along with the link to the corresponding topic for the details of the task.

Task More information
1. Publish one or more stubs to HCL Quality Server by using any of the following methods:
1.1 By using the HCL OneTest API user interface. Publishing stubs to HCL Quality Server
1.2 By using the command line. Publish stubs by using the command line
1.3 By using an Ant task. Publish stubs by using an Ant task
2. Verify that the stub is published by checking the output directory from the publish step. HCL Quality Server
3. Log in to HCL Quality Server. Logging in and out
4. Use the landing page of RTCP to navigate to the Environments dashboard. Navigating the user interface
5. Learn about features you can use while working in the Environments dashboard to filter, sort, and search for stubs and scenarios. Working with HCL Quality Server dashboards
6. Work with stubs in HCL Quality Server for the following tasks:
6.1 Start stubs from HCL Quality Server. Starting stubs: HCL Quality Server method
6.2 View the possible cause by hovering over the stub when the stub fails to start and displays a Broken state. Viewing broken stub messages
6.3 View the details of the stub that you can modify. HCL Quality Server: Modifying stub information
6.4 Stop stubs from HCL Quality Server that are running. Stopping stubs: HCL Quality Server method
6.5 View the stub logs. Viewing stub logs
6.6 Troubleshoot the cause when you run into problems while working with stubs. Troubleshooting stubs
7. Work with scenarios in HCL Quality Server for the following tasks:
7.1 Create a scenario. Creating a scenario
7.2 Start a scenario. Starting a scenario
7.3 Modify a scenario for adding a stub to a scenario, deleting a stub from a scenario, modifying configuration of a stub in a scenario, renaming a scenario, or deleting a scenario. Modifying a scenario
7.4 Stop a scenario. Stopping a scenario
8. Lock the environment to prevent other users from starting or stopping stubs in your environment. Locking an environment in HCL Quality Server
9. Request for unlocking of the environment when you want to work with stubs in an environment that is locked by another user. Unlocking an environment