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TestTrack Unix Default Directories, Commands, and Configuration Files

Article ID: 445  |  Last updated: 23 Dec, 2014

Following are the default directories, commands, and configuration files for TestTrack applications running on Linux and Mac OS X.

TestTrack Client

Linux

  • Application directory - /var/lib/TestTrack
  • To start - /usr/bin/ttclient

Mac OS X

  • Application directory - /Applications/TestTrack
  • To start - Double-click icon in Applications/TestTrack

TestTrack Server

  • Server port - 1566
  • Startup log - /var/log/Startup.log

Linux

  • Application directory - /var/lib/TestTrack
  • To start - /usr/bin/ttstudio start
  • To stop - /usr/bin/ttstudio stop

Mac OS X

  • Application directory - /Applications/TestTrack
  • To start - Use System Preferences
  • To stop - Use System Preferences

TestTrack Web

Default URL - http://localhost/ttweb/index.html#Default

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin
  • HTML files directory - /var/www/html/ttweb

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
  • HTML files directory - /Library/WebServer/Documents/ttweb

Client Server Admin Utility

Linux

  • Application directory - /var/lib/TestTrack
  • To start - /usr/bin/ttadmin

Mac OS X

  • Application directory - /Applications/TestTrack
  • To start - Double-click icon in Applications/TestTrack

Web Server Admin Utility

CGI URL - http://localhost/cgi-bin/ttadmcgi.exe

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin
  • HTML files directory - /var/www/html/ttweb/ttadmin

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
  • HTML files directory - /Library/WebServer/Documents/ttweb/ttadmin

SDK

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin
  • SOAP WSDL (ttsoapcgi.wsdl) directory - /var/www/html

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
  • SOAP WSDL (ttsoapcgi.wsdl) directory - Library/WebServer/Documents

Registry Utility

Linux

  • Application directory - /var/lib/TestTrack
  • To start - /usr/bin/ttregutil

Mac OS X

  • Application directory - /Applications/TestTrack
  • To start - Double-click icon in Applications/TestTrack

Source Control Provider CGI

CGI URL - http://localhost/cgi-bin/ttextpro.exe

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables

TestTrack Pro Web 2013.0 and earlier

CGI URL - http://localhost/cgi-bin/ttcgi.exe

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin
  • HTML files directory - /var/www/html/ttweb

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
  • HTML files directory - /Library/WebServer/Documents/ttweb

TestTrack RM Reviewer 2013.0 and earlier

CGI URL - http://localhost/cgi-bin/rmcgi.exe

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin
  • HTML files directory - /var/www/html/rmweb

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
  • HTML files directory - /Library/WebServer/Documents/rmweb

TestTrack TCM Test Runner 2013.0 and earlier

CGI URL - http://localhost/cgi-bin/tttcmcgi.exe

Linux

  • CGI directory - /var/www/cgi-bin
  • HTML files directory - /var/www/html/ttweb

Mac OS X

  • CGI directory - /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
  • HTML files directory - /Library/WebServer/Documents/ttweb

Configuration files

  • ttadminclient.conf - Used by the TestTrack 2013.0 and earlier Server Admin Utility. Contains information specific to the admin utility such as the help file directory location. Located in /etc.
  • ttclient.conf - Used by the TestTrack Server Admin Utility and TestTrack Client. Contains information such as the configured server connections and default browser settings. Located in /etc and the .seapine directory in the user’s home directory.
  • ttmainclient.conf - Used by the TestTrack Client. Contains information such as window positions or last logged in user. Located in the .seapine directory in the user’s home directory.
  • ttstudio.conf - Used by the TestTrack Server. Contains information such as the server port number or the HTML forms path. Located in /etc.
Article ID: 445  |   Last updated: 23 Dec, 2014
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