gp_stop

Purpose:

Send a “stop_test” event to gp_test.

Enter:

gp_stop [registered_name]

Where:

registered_name

Optional. Specify the registered name of the version of the Test Scheduler to which the command is directed. The default is test.

Example:

gp_stop
The above command sends the stop_test event to the gp_test registered as ‘test’. The test scheduler will receive this event and take the action specified in the active procedure file.

Notes:

One of the events that may be registered with the Test Scheduler is stop_test. The action to be taken when this event is received can be specified in the gp_test header specification file via the @UNIVERSAL_REGISTERED_EVENT keyword.

See Also:

adv, hold, idle, release, suspend, Test Manager User Guide, Master Scheduler