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The 'Apply All' button, which basically cascades all the steps results to what I want, is disabled when the Test steps are already completed once. What is the rationale for doing this?


Aarti Suresh (1315) | asked Nov 20 '15, 10:04 p.m.
edited Nov 20 '15, 10:05 p.m.
While executing from the execution console, it is possible to even pull up the scripts which were 'completed' , and re-execute them.
Since the option to re-execute is there, why isn't the apply all button enabled to cascade down the step result at one shot?
(When I say, re-execute, I mean the option to revisit each test step and change the previous result)

Reason for our re-executing completed test cases from the console:
We have modelled our test execution based on the TSERs. We have a TSER which has a set of test cases, but when a bug is fixed, we would have to just re-execute that one test case separately. But all our reporting is modelled around the Test suite results. So, we need to re-execute from the console, that one completed test case, to ensure it gets counted in the Test Suite Result reporting.


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Subhajit Bhuiya (6222) | answered Nov 24 '15, 5:46 a.m.
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 Please have a look at Provide the ability to re-run a test via a Test Case Result (143563). This is planed for our next release 6.0.2.

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Aarti Suresh commented Nov 25 '15, 2:19 a.m.

Subhajit, thanks for your input. However, one follow-up doubt regarding this enhancement. If a run button is given to re-run from a Test Case Result, it would create another Test Case result, correct?


Aarti Suresh commented Nov 25 '15, 2:20 a.m.

 Subhajit, thanks for your input. However, one follow-up doubt regarding this enhancement. If a run button is given to re-run from a Test Case Result, it would create another Test Case result, correct?

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