1. Install Multiple Instances of the Automation Host
You can now install multiple instances of the Automation Host as services on the following Operating Systems:
Notes: each service will need to have a unique name and port.
2. Ability to configure automation host name in config command
User is now able to configure hostname in config command with additional -Phostname parameter:
agentctl config -Phostname="My Automation Host"
Refer to user guides for more detail about the config command
- qTest Automation Host 2.x Installation Guide on Windows
- qTest Automation Host 2.x Installation Guide on Linux
- qTest Automation Host 2.x Installation Guide on Mac OS
3. Retain Public Certificate
The public certificate will now be retained if it was imported in a previous version of the Automation Host.
Notes: refer to this article: SSL Proxy Configuration in Automation Host to know why you need to import the qTest site's public certificate to the Automation Host running in corporate Proxy environment.
- Ticket 18626: User cannot add a new agent from the Automation Host UI if their qTest version is 9.0 (OnPrem) as the Add button is disabled unexpectedly. This has been resolved.
- Ticket 19259: User cannot add a new Agent if they do not have Launch access. This has been resolved.
- Ticket 17120: Run job failed with Cucumber project when configuring "Command arguments" having [–plugin] arguments.
- Fixed tooltip for activate/deactivate icon of an agent:
- If the agent is active, the tooltip should show "Active. Click to Deactivate and hide from the Scheduler."
- If the agent is inactive, the tooltip should show "Inactive. Click to Activate and show in the Scheduler."
- Ticket 18464. Fixed grammar issue: "All Agents are run now" now changed to "All agents are now running"