You can configure ALM for running tests of your mobile applications directly from ALM. These tests access the mobile devices and applications from your Digital Lab server and post the test results in ALM.
Note: When working with the Digital Lab extension from ALM, the ALM server needs to align with theDigital Lab server time.
Set site parameters for Digital Lab
Open Site Administration > Configuration tab, and define the following parameters for the integration with Digital Lab.
|Enter the Digital Lab server IP address or FQDN (fully qualified domain name).
|Enter the port number of the Digital Lab server.
|If Digital Labuses an SSL connection (starting with https:), set this parameter to "Y". If SSL is not in use, set it to “N”.
If the communication between the ALM server and Digital Lab is enabled after authentication by a Single Sign-On (SSO) token, enter the appropriate value.
For details about configuring site parameters, see Set configuration parameters.
Set email addresses for authorized users
Set email addresses for all authorized users.
To set the email address for an authorized users:
- Open Site Administration > User Management tab.
Click the authorized user. In the User Details tab, Email field, enter the email address for the user.
The email address must match the email address defined in Digital Lab.
For details about managing users, see User management.
For details on setting users in Digital Lab, see the Digital Lab Help.
Enable Digital Lab extension
Create a project and enable the ALM Digital Lab Extension.
(Optional) Customize Digital Lab enabled project
You customize you project using the Digital Lab Configuration page in Project Customization. Your customizations override the site parameter settings. For example, you may need to set a project with a server IP address that is different than your other projects.
For details about customizing a Digital Lab enabled project, see Customize Digital Lab enabled projects.