In this section:
You can configure project-specific settings for test and code analysis tools, such as Parasoft DTP Engines, SOAtest, and C++test Desktop. When tools are connected to DTP, they import and use these settings, which enables you to centrally configure DTP Engine execution properties. The settings specified in the tool's .properties file, however, take precedence over the settings configure in this section. See the specific tool documentation for details on available settings.
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You can also configure the settings for all projects. See Configuring Parasoft Test for All Projects.
#License Settings license.network.host=dtp.company.com license.network.port=2222 license.use_network=true #Mail Settings report.mail.domain=company.com report.mail.from=john.doe report.mail.password=123456789 report.mail.server=mail.company.com report.mail.username=john
By default, DTP assumes that source code is encoded in UTF-8. If the source code is encoded with a different character set, you can specify it in the Parasoft Test Settings form by adding the
You can configure this setting for individual projects or for all projects if all source code is encoded in the same way. See Configuring Parasoft Test for All Projects for additional information.
You can automatically configure DTP Engines that have the
dtp.autoconfig property set to
true. This enables you to set many settings that can be reused by both DTP and DTP Engines. See "Development Testing Platform Settings" in the DTP Engines documentation.
For example, the following settings would be added to the DTP Engine configuration file:
dtp.autoconfig=true scontrol.svn.exec=C\:\\Program Files\\svn\\bin\\svn.exe
This would enable the engine to use the following example configurations set in the Parasoft Test Global Settings field:
scontrol.svn.exec=/usr/bin/svn scontrol.rep1.type=svn scontrol.rep1.svn.url=http\://foo.bar.com/svn/repos scontrol.rep1.svn.login=foo scontrol.rep1.svn.password=65707c