Create a test configuration file
Using a text editor, you can create a test configuration file (.testconfig) that specifies the tests that you want the tool to run. Note the following standards when you create the configuration file:
- To indicate a comment line that you want the tool to ignore, begin the line with a number sign (#). The tool ignores blank lines and comment lines.
- Test names are case-sensitive. If a name includes embedded spaces, include only one space between the words.
- Create a .txt file and open it in a text editor.
- Type the comment line # BlackBerry System Requirements Tool Test Configuration.
List the following tests, one test per line:
- General Information
- BES Information
- Service Account
- Exchange Permissions
- MAPI Subsystem
- DB BES Instance Versions
- .NET Framework
- SRP Connectivity
- System Information
- System Hotfixes
- Current Processes
After each test name, specify one of the following values (do not include any
- If you want the tool to run the test, type =true. For example, System Information=true.
- If you do not want the tool to run the test, type =false. For example, System Information=false. If you do not specify a value for a test, the default value is false.
- Save and close the .txt file.
- Rename the text file and replace the extension ".txt" with ".testconfig".
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