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why do you want to use scripting?
You have in Virtualize a nice tool called XML Converter, which allows you to convert inputs into XML.
Try first to use this instead of scripting.
yes, I made a typo.
@benken_parasoft is right you should use:
Somehow during copy&past, I lost the first property.
You can, however, get those option directly from SOAtest GUI:
- go to Parasoft>Preferences> Global Data Sources
- select "Shared File" and provide directory location
- go back to workspace and configure required datasources
- go back to Parasoft and select option share (select global data sources)
It will create for you part of localsettings file
you can use local setting properties to define a global data source
Remeber about path format on MS Windows:
did you try to use External Tool?
It might be easier.
What you should to see after opening logs.bat file?
According to python documentation:
On Windows, the return value is that returned by the system shell after running command, given by the Windows environment variable COMSPEC: on command.com systems (Windows 95, 98 and ME) this is always 0; on cmd.exe systems (Windows NT, 2000 and XP) this is the exit status of the command run; on systems using a non-native shell, consult your shell documentation.
Do you have access to os modules?
On my side following script works as expected: