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Active enviroment of other project in current project using groovy

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Active enviroment of other project in current project using groovy

HI Team,

I am trying to access active environment of a project into my current project but it always return me default environment even though environment is not default.

Code is below:

project = new WsdlProject(projectPath+"/SharedService-readyapi-project.xml");
log.info project.getActiveEnvironment().getName()

 

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Re: Active enviroment of other project in current project using groovy

Thank you for posting your query here @archana1 !

Let's see if we can get help from the Community on this one🙂

 

@HimanshuTayal @msiadak @nmrao @sprice090161 

What do you think is happening?

 


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Re: Active enviroment of other project in current project using groovy

My example requires the other project to be loaded and open in the current workspace, but it has worked for me. Is that sufficient, or do you need to know this from a project that is not imported and open?

 

def workspace = context.testCase.testSuite.project.workspace.
def otherProject = workspace.projects["ProjectName"];

def otherName = otherProject.getActiveEnvironment().getName();

log.info(otherName);

 




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Re: Active enviroment of other project in current project using groovy

Workspace is not working when working from command line. How else can i do it?

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Re: Active enviroment of other project in current project using groovy

Okay, so you are trying to do this from command line. You are right, latching onto the workspace and another project will not work, because running it with testrunner.bat/testrunner.sh will only load the one project. In that particular instance, I have yet to find a good answer on how to get properties/data from one project to another short of saving them to a common properties file with one project and reading them from another.




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