Smoke Test Config Editor
Smoke Test Config Editor

I have released an update to the Post Deployment Smoke Tester Tool. This version mainly includes new test types. The new tests added are:

    • MSMQInstalledTest : This test checks whether the MSMQ messaging service is installed on the server you are running the tests from.
    • MSMQLocalQueueExistsTest : Check if a local MSMQ private queue exists.
    • MD5ChecksumTest : Check an MD5 digest of a file. This is for file integrity checking.
    • SHA1ChecksumTest : Check an SHA1 digest of a file. This is for file integrity checking.
    • SHA256ChecksumTest : Check an SHA256 digest of a file. This is for file integrity checking.
    • WindowsServiceExistsTest : Check that a windows service exists in the machine the tests are running from.
    • WindowsServiceStatusTest : Check the Status of a windows service, Running, Stopped etc.
    • WindowsRemoteServiceExistsTest : Check that a windows service exists on a remote machine.
    • WindowsRemoteServiceStatusTest : Check the status of a remote windows service, Running, Stopped etc.
    • IISInstalledTest : Check that the IIS web server is installed on the machine the tests are running from.
    • IISRunningTest : Check that the IIS web server is running on the machine the tests are running from.
    • IISVersionTest : Check the version of IIS that is installed.
    • IISDoesWebsiteExistTest : Does a website exist in the instance of IIS.
    • UserInActiveDirectoryTest : Check that a user is in Active Directory for a domain.
    • NetworkPingTest : Ping a network address.
    • AssemblyVersionNumberTest : Check the version of a names .NET assembly.
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