Once you've configured your Scheduling Server and you've successfully registered at least one Execution Server to it, you're ready to configure a test project for execution. Note: As of 2013 R1, it is not necessary to configure a Scheduling Server in order to schedule local test executions.
You can also review our Telerik TV episode on Connecting a Project to a Scheduling Server for a video walk-through of this process.
From Test Studio Standalone version, load a new test project that contains at least one test and test list. Now connect the project to the Scheduling Server. Keep in mind that the Scheduling Server doesn't have to be on the same machine as the instance of Test Studio you're using.
1. Click Connect in the Scheduling ribbon on the Project tab.
2. In the Scheduling Server Settings dialog, click the radio box next to the correct scheduling setup option:
- To schedule a test to run on the local machine, click Run locally.
- To schedule a test to run on a remote machine, click Run remotely. Enter the address for the remote scheduling server and click Connect.