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Installing Custom Process Guidance Packages in QuickTest

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Installing Custom Process Guidance Packages in QuickTest

There are two ways to distribute and install custom process guidance packages:

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  1. Create a folder that contains the Configuration.xml file and all the HTML data files (as well as any files or folders referenced from the HTML files).
  2. Zip the folder and then send the .zip file to all relevant QuickTest users or store it in a location that they can access.
  3. In QuickTest, choose File > Process Guidance Management. The Process Guidance Management dialog box opens.
  4. Click the Add button and browse to the .zip file. The package is added and its processes are displayed in the dialog box.

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  1. Prepare the Configuration.xml file and the data files.
  2. Place the data files in a local or shared network folder or on a Web server. Ensure that the Address attribute of the Activity elements in the Configuration.xml file point to this location.
  3. Copy the Configuration.xml to a local drive on the QuickTest computer.
  4. Open the Registry Editor and find the key:
  5. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mercury Interactive\QuickTest Professional\MicTest\ProcessGuidance\ConfFiles

  6. Add a value to this key with the path to the Configuration.xml file. The next time QuickTest is opened, it will include the new package.

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