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How can RQM be used to reveal regressions?

Michael Habiger (1133) | asked Nov 05 '13, 2:41 p.m.
Given a test suite defined in RQM that contains hundreds or thousands of test cases which are run via automated execution using an RQM adapter, can RQM easily flag failing tests that previously were passing?  In other words, can it be configured to automatically catch and report regressions instead of putting this burden on the tester to manually look through the results for each individual test to see if a formerly passing test has failed in the most recent run?

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Don Yang (7.6k21105137) | answered Nov 05 '13, 11:58 p.m.
I dont think there is such automatic features in the tool currently. In each execution result, you should be able to easily view the previous results in the list which could tell whether it is failed but now passed or the other way, though it does require some manual check-up.

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