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RQMv4.0.2 Freeze TCERs or Freeze Test Plan

Li Chen (11923742) | asked Jan 24 '14, 12:36 p.m.

After all test cases in a test plan are tested, we then retire the test plan, so we do not expect the plan be changed in any way.

That however does not stop TCERs from being run. As a result, the test plan was changed because of the test result produced by the execution of the TCER. If we generate a report for the test plan, the number of passed/failed are different.

This is kind of 'freeze the TCERs or the test plan'. I can open an RFE if I do not get positive answer in this forum.


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Vidya Malkarnekar (1.0k15) | answered Jan 24 '14, 4:10 p.m.
Hi Li,

You can lock a Test Plan, but it doesn't prevent users from running existing TCERs.
There are couple of RFEs requesting  functionality similar to what you are looking for--


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Li Chen (11923742) | answered Jan 24 '14, 5:10 p.m.
Thanks Vidya, nice to see you here. I have voted the two and hopefully it can be done soon.

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