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Is there a way to get the current host of iphone app

I have to download a file from a link every day. I have to do the same in case the device’s host changes.
I looked around and found that downloadFileWithDestinationURL doesn’t work in background (with it’s delegate method) unless I use UIApplication.shared.sharedApplication().start…
But I need to test if the host of my app changes, and then download the file again.
I would like to know whether it’s possible to test for a change of host and download the file again, or if there’s a other solution that doesn’t require using start in background.


You can use Reachability for that purpose.
There is a nice tutorial here:
Now the Reachability class has a simple property for this purpose.
If you want to test if the current url is the same as the last time it was downloaded, all you have to do is:

Windows 10 Only?
As far as I can see from the documentation, all the vSphere 5 VMs must be running Windows 8 or 8.1 (2012r2) or later, while Windows Server 2012 R2 has the ESXi vSphere API version 5.0.0 and is supported on Windows Server 2016.
How can I actually do this?


If you have an environment with a mix of ESXi and ESXi with different versions of vCenter, you can set up the vCenter Server Appliance in the ESXi 6.5 U2d with a vCenter Server 6.0/6.1 client installed as described here.
Then, add a vCenter Server with any version of the vCenter client (see VMware KB2292486).
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The vCenter Server must be added to and attached to an ESXi host.
With this architecture you can have multiple vCenter Servers with multiple client versions deployed in the same environment.
You will have to manually configure the vCenter Servers in your vSphere client.


Should I create a Test Plan and use Scripts to create tests

I am working in an environment where the most part of testing is automated but there is no requirement to write any test scripts. And I wanted to know if I should start making a Test plan and use Scripts to write tests, or am I over-thinking this concept? Or are there any other good practices that I can consider?


As @Kolleres pointed out there are often reasons why no test scripts are required and the whole purpose of the test script is to “code” the test in the same way you would write a manual test.
Having said that if you need or want to write test scripts then you can start to think about what you want the test script to do.

I would look at the manual test that have been written and understand what it is trying to achieve. You may be able to leverage this to help you define what the script should do.
In the script you would probably have something like:
– Given…
– When…
– Then…
I would go to these parts and try to break them down into smaller chunks that are simpler to understand.
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