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Our plugin document states that we are compatible with HP ALM versions 11, 11.5, 12 where as version on your side is 12.5. To make the plugin compatible with HP ALM version 12.5, our development team would be making few updates in the code and this would be an RFE.
When using the HP ALM plugin in uDeploy it allows a Remote host. When a remote host is provided HP ALM still attempts to run locally.
Below is the output from the HP plugin step: Running Test Set command: 'C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cscript.exe' 'D:\software\ibm-ucd\agent_testing\var\plugins\com.urbancode.air.plugin.QualityCenter_14_128f454ce663d054491b49a8cd3865957bdc4d2d82e12ed82d19b4dae6b4b9b6\qc_run_test_set.vbs' http://higalmqcenter/qcbin bmeister **** EQA HIMCO 0 0 'Root\SMOKE TEST' 0 0 0 'HIMCO.com Smoke Test' ''''2ua11005dp'''' D:\software\ibm-ucd\agent_testing\var\plugins\com.urbancode.air.plugin.QualityCenter_14_128f454ce663d054491b49a8cd3865957bdc4d2d82e12ed82d19b4dae6b4b9b6\qc_run_test_set.vbs(100, 9) Microsoft VBScript runtime error: ActiveX component can't create object
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I've got a remote host Connection created to Quality Center server http://higalmqcenter/qcbin Connection logged in as user bmeister Connection opened project EQA\HIMCO Attempting to access test set with path Root\SMOKE TEST Found test set 2001 for Root\SMOKE TEST\HIMCO.com Smoke Test
[Error] Failed to execute test set. Caught: java.lang.RuntimeException: Failed to execute test set. java.lang.RuntimeException: Failed to execute test set. at com.urbancode.air.plugin.automation.QCRunTest.execute(QCRunTest.groovy:65) at com.urbancode.air.plugin.automation.QCRunTest$execute.call(Unknown Source) at qc_run_test_set.run(qc_run_test_set.groovy:48)
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