Create a property in the local.properties file on your local Workstation (you determine the drive, this example is Drive D)
Create a property in the local.properties file on the machine where the Simulator is running (you determine the drive, this example is Drive D)
If this is on Linux, create a property in the local.properties of where the Simulator is running:
Restart the Simulator to pick up the new property.
Note: If you have multiple Simulators, this will have to be done for each Simulator machine.
Bring up the Portal, this instance is a local Portal running on the local machine.
Choose Manage --> Tests
Scroll down to your Project.
Click on your test case and Run.
Test runs with no errors and writes out the expected output file.
When running from a remote Portal, and you need to make a change to an existing test case or add a new test case, do these steps:
1. Make your change to your test case.
2. Right-click the test case.
3. Choose Create MAR Info File...
4. A pop-up comes up.
5. The Coordinator server should be filled in unless your have more than one Coordinator running, then will need to choose which Coordinator you want.
6. You will need to choose a Staging doc.
7. Right-click the .mari file you just created.
8. Choose Build Model Archive...
9. A file navigation dialog appears and save the mar file where the mari file is.
10. Bring up the remote Portal.
12. On the upper right section of the page where Current Project is, to the right of the drop down list box is a gear icon, click this.
13. This will bring up a Manage Projects dialog.
14. Choose the upload icon next to your Project.
15. Click the Force to merge conflicted filed checkbox if you need to overlay what is there.
16. Click the Drop file here or click to choose area.
17. Navigate to where the mar file is.
18. Now you can run the test with the updated script from the Portal.