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Position of Generated Test Cases in Test Execution Tree

Last updated: 2017-08-09
Question:
I am missing an ability to structure the test cases developed in Test Diagram Editor. I will create most of my test cases in the Test Table Editor but for some test cases I foresee that the Test Diagram Editor is more useful (e.g. for state transitions, certain sequences etc.). I would then like to be able to control where in the test execution tree structure these generated test cases from Test Diagram Editor are inserted (e.g. by the grouping element). I may not always want to execute these test cases at the position in the test tree where the system places them automatically.
Answer:

For test cases generated based on path structure or test case annotations, it is not possible to have preconditions or preparations/completions in the Test Diagram Editor. You have to define this logic with the help of the "normal" graphical elements and test commands.

However, if you use the graphical element [Test Case Call] to call a test case defined in CAPL, C# or the Test Table Editor, you can define a precondition for this test case call in the Test Diagram Editor. Additionally it's possible to define a preparation/completion for a test case definition in the Test Table Editor.

If a test unit contains multiple test execution trees (e.g. a Test Table file and a Test Diagram file) the execution trees are put one after another in alphabetical order of the file names.

 
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2017-08-09
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