Generate File of All Tests in STDF
TestGen will generate a file listing all tests in an STDF in the format used by ChartRunner.
TestGen is part of the STDF QuickChange tool suite. STDF QuickChange is published as a gzipped tar file so that it can easily be installed on Linux servers or any personal computer. In the following instructions, the name of the downloaded file will vary slightly, depending on the actual version to be installed.
- Make sure you have Java 1.8 or newer installed and in your execution path. You can download the Java runtime here.
- Download the STDF QuickChange gzipped tar file. Then, on Linux or Mac OS X run gunzip and tar -xf on the downloaded file. On Widows, use 7-zip or an equivalent to extract the files into the directory you choose. For ease of use, we recommend adding the directory into which you untarred the files to your path. We can provide you instructions on adding the directory to your path if you need them.
- Once you have installed the files, you can call TestGen using the command shown below, changing the name of the input and output files to your STDF file and your desired test file name.
TestGen will generate a list of all tests in the format expected by ChartRunner. This file can then be used as an optional input to ChartRunner. The typical use case is to generate the test file, remove unwanted tests and then call ChartRunner.
java -cp "stdfConverter.jar";"jfreechart-1.0.19.jar";"jcommon-1.0.23.jar";"guava-16.0.jar";"commons-cli-1.2.jar";"sqlitejdbc-v056.jar";"gson-2.7.jar";commons-math3-3.6.1.jar;jPDFWriter.v2016R1.04.jar spry.stdf.converter.TestListWriter infile.stdf mytests.txt
This example reads in infile.stdf and writes the test list in a file called mytests.txt.
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