Is it good to develop test scripts directly

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One of our customers asked to test and develop some test scripts on VM machine. We typically use test complete tool but never developed any scripts on the VM machine. So, is it good to develop test scripts directly on the VM machine or those scripts should only be debugged on VM machine?  Secondly I am getting problems when I add a breakpoint to any of the test script while debugging and the computer screen freezes and the program should be restarted. I have attached the screen shot of this. Please tell me what can be a possible solution.

And I want to ask about giving the username and password while creating network package on the VM machine. Because whenever I try to create one I don’t ask me about the credentials, but I get this error: "Error-AD fs2.0 Management An Error occurred during an attempt to read the federation metadata. Verify that the special URL or host is valid  Federation metadata endpoint."

An error occurred during an attempt to read the federation metadata. Verify that the specified URL or host name is a valid federation metadata endpoint.

Verify your proxy server setting. For more information about how to verify your proxy server setting, see the AD FS 2.0
Troubleshooting Guide []

Error message: The remote server returned an error: [403] Forbidden.


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Is it good to develop test scripts directly


If your computer freezes whenever you do something on the test script, close any other open applications. This may interfere with what is being processed on the application you are using. You may also try freeing as much RAM as possible when working with any of your scripts. This way you are sure that your program can use as much resources it needed in your computer.

You may also try uninstalling the application you are using and then install it back to fix any corrupted files in the installation and to restore its settings back to default including some that you might have customized. You may also check your computer for any possible errors. Any errors in the file system can cause programs to work differently which results in errors.

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