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Running CTP tests, result=unable to access jar

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mertl
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Joined: 2010-06-22

With the RI running with the ate_if.exe process, I ran start_daemon and then kicked off a test by running

loadtps scenarios/ocapdvr_attended.scenario

The atelite/results logfile contained the error

Unable to access jarfile /cygdrive/c/atelite/bin/atelite.jar
atelite_daemon[END_TP] __RUNID=run_20100622_150115 __USER=nobody __IUTID= __USERARG= __ATELITE_EXIT_STATUS=256

Is this because java doesn't like the "/cygdrive/c" address and if so how do I fix the configuration? (The file exists by the way)

Regards, Mike

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dhooley
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Joined: 2008-04-23

CTP testing is closely tied to the OpenCable certification process, and information about such testing has historically not been made publicly available.
Access to the tests themselves require a license. There was formerly a charge associated with that license; currently it is available free of charge. So, that is the starting point for questions related to CTP/ATE testing.
You will need a CableLabs DocZone account with sufficient privilege to access the tests themselves, which are located here:
https://www.cablelabs.com/doczone/opencable/workinggroups/ocap_ctp/ctp/