Access to a SSH object from other test unit

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Daniel Silva

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Dec 18, 2017, 11:15:21 AM12/18/17
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Hi,


I have two test units, one for connect SSH and other for send commands. 


To connect I use the SSH.Terminal class, with doSession method. How I can access to the object with the session from the other test unit? I already tried some methods like connect and isOpened but no luck.



The idea is to avoid code duplication.


Thanks,
Daniel 

Daniel Silva

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Dec 18, 2017, 11:44:38 AM12/18/17
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I put the object in cache but I cannot connect to an existing session

Denis MACHARD

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Dec 18, 2017, 2:29:03 PM12/18/17
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You need to configure your ssh adapter with the shared mode activated and also with a name  in the test unit A

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In your test unit B, you can retrieve the adapter by the name

self.ADP_EXAMPLE = self.findAdapter(name="SSH_1")
if self.ADP_EXAMPLE is None: Test(self).interrupt("unable to find the adapter")


But for ssh testing, I recommended stronly to use the following approach https://documentations.extensivetesting.org/docs/generic_use/send_ssh

Denis

On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 5:44 PM, Daniel Silva <dani.s...@gmail.com> wrote:
I put the object in cache but I cannot connect to an existing session

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Daniel Silva

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Dec 19, 2017, 5:59:25 AM12/19/17
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Thank you,


Indeed is that what I need. I understand that is better to use snippets, but after I cannot interact with the terminal. I have 2 different test units: one for open SSH session works well, but after when I try to send commands to the terminal I have no interaction:

def prepare(self):
    # adapters and libraries definitions
    self.ADP_SSH = self.findAdapter(name="SSH_ADAPTER")
    if self.ADP_SSH is None: Test(self).interrupt("Unable to find the adapter")
    pass
   

def definition(self):
    if self.step1.isEnabled():
        self.step1.start()
        ##CAPTURE_SYS>
        #SYS_RET1 = self.ADP_SSH.connect()
        SYS_RET1 = self.ADP_SSH.doText(text=input('COMMAND'))
        if not SYS_RET1:
            self.abort("Unable to ")



The adapter is created on the Open SSH :

def prepare(self):
    # adapters and libraries definitions
    self.ADP_SYS = SutAdapters.SSH.Terminal(parent=self, name="SSH_ADAPTER", shared=True, destIp=input('SSH_HOST'),destPort=input('SSH_PORT'),login=input('SSH_USER'),password=input('SSH_PWD'),agent=agent('AGENT_SYSTEM'),debug=input('DEBUG'),agentSupport=input('SYS_AGT_SUPPORT') )

   

def definition(self):
    if self.step1.isEnabled():
        self.step1.start()
        Cache().set(name="session",data=self.ADP_SYS)
        ##CAPTURE_SYS>
        SYS_RET1 = self.ADP_SYS.doSession(timeout=input('TIMEOUT_SYS'))
        if not SYS_RET1:
            self.abort("Unable to connect to " + input('SSH_HOST') )

Daniel Silva

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Dec 19, 2017, 7:05:46 AM12/19/17
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It works! The output it's only visible on the report in the first Test: Open SSH
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