Fetching data from Text Databank variable from a different test

StaticAnalysisStaticAnalysis Posts: 11

This is my use case:

Test 1: Extension Tool
Add output --> Text Data Bank
(Extract 2 data variables StartDate and EndDate)
Test 2: Do SOAP calls
Add output --> XML DataBank
Test 3: Extension Tool Parameterize Call
Add output --> Text Data Bank
Test 4: QueryDBUsingvalues
Add output --> Text Databank

My problem:

The two dates that I'm storing in Databank (start and end dates,) I'm unable to use them from Test 3 because I dont get any value returned: Here is my code for Test 3:

from com.parasoft.api import *
from java.util import *
from soaptest.api import *
from java.time import LocalDate
from java.time import LocalDateTime
from java.sql import Timestamp

def fetchOrders(input, context) :
#theDateFilter=context.getValue("BetweenTimeStamp") ## from a previous extension tool

#Application.showMessage("The theDateFilter is: " + context.getValue("Generated Data Source", "BetweenTimeStamp") )    
Application.showMessage("The theDateFilter is: " + str(context.getValue("Generated Data Source", "Test 1: startDateTime") ) )
return 

The output in the console is --

---------- Test 3: Extension Tool ParameterizeSOACall ----------
The theDateFilter is: None
The theTrkSqlQuery is: 0

The allRowsCount is: 5848
The counter is: 5847

Test 3: Extension Tool ParameterizeSOACall - success
get trkSqlQuery=0
set allRowsOfData=select ATTRIBUTE1 from LOG_header lh where LOG_PROCESS_ID in ('681') and CURRENT_STATUS in ('STARTING', 'COMPLETED') and ATTRIBUTE1 not in ('

Test succeeded

Attribute values are set as show above but I cannot access them in Test 3.
What am I doing wrong?

I reviewed several forum posts on using variables, databanks etc., none of them led me to any resolution.

Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Comments

  • benken_parasoftbenken_parasoft Posts: 736 ✭✭✭

    Did you check "Use data source" box?

  • StaticAnalysisStaticAnalysis Posts: 11

    @benken_parasoft , thank you for your prompt reply.

    Initially No, as I thought I was getting the referenced data from the script viz the "Generated Data Source" --> context.getValue("Generated Data Source", "Test 1: startDateTime") .

    Just to verify if it makes any difference, I checked it once, but it did not make any difference in my case. the Console still shows None for output after I checked the "Use Data source" check box.

    ---------- Test 3: Extension Tool ParameterizeSOACall ----------
    The theDateFilter is: None
    The theTrkSqlQuery is: 0

    The allRowsCount is: 5848
    The counter is: 5847

  • benken_parasoftbenken_parasoft Posts: 736 ✭✭✭

    I don't see anything obviously wrong. However, I'd recommend you verify that Test 1 ran at least once and also verify that the XML document actually contained "z1" and "z2" elements containing text. If "z1" or "z2" were missing or did not contain a text node then the XPaths you used the Data Bank would not match anything. If the XML message from Test 1 is coming from a REST/Messaging Client tool then you could check the tool's traffic viewer to verify what XML document was returned.

    You may also consider contacting Parasoft Support for a timely resolution.

  • StaticAnalysisStaticAnalysis Posts: 11

    @benken_parasoft , Thank you.
    I confirm TEST 1 has run once and I see them coming in to XML databank (the "Evaluate Xpath" step is showing the stored values).

    I'll create a case with Parasoft Support. Thank you.

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