Once you have created a Project 3.5.1 and defined an AUT 3.6, you can add and edit AUT configurations.
The details in the AUT configuration tell Jubula how to start the AUT , e.g. on which machine.
An AUT can have multiple configurations (for example, for local and remote testing). A configuration contains all the information Jubula will require to start the AUT , and may contain platform- or installation-specific information such as paths to working directories, AUT arguments, Java versions, browser choices and activation methods.
|If you want to start your Java AUT yourself, and have Jubula connect to it, then use the autrun command to start the AUT 188.8.131.52. In this case, you do not need to create an AUT configuration.|