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Test Case Execution Record change does not update its modification date


Krzysztof Ka┼║mierczyk (7.4k35098) | asked Feb 10 '16, 4:53 a.m.
Modifying Test Case Execution Record (TCER) in IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) does not update its modification date.

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Navigate to the list of TCERs.

  2. Select one of TCERs and run it. Do not finish it

  3. Go back to the list of TCERs. Refresh the list to make sure that it reflecting the latest status. The Status of TCER is changed to In Progress and Last Modification Date is updated to now.

  4. Wait 5 minutes.

  5. Go back to TCER from 2 and finish it with Passed result.

  6. Go back to the list of TCERs. Refresh the list to make sure that it reflecting the latest status. The status of TCER is changed to Passed Expected behavior: The Last Modification Date is now Current behavior: The Last Modification Date is the time 5 minutes ago (does not reflect steps 4 and 5).

  7. Go back to TCER from 5 and change back the Status to In Progress.

  8. Go back to the list of TCERs. Refresh the list to make sure that it reflecting the latest status. The status of TCER is changed to In Progress
    Expected behavior: The Last Modification Date is now
    Current behavior: The Last Modification Date is the time 5 minutes ago (does not reflect steps 4 and 5 and 7).

  9. Navigate to TCER history: The changes from 5 and 7 are reflected there (working correctly).

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Krzysztof Ka┼║mierczyk (7.4k35098) | answered Feb 10 '16, 5:12 a.m.
There is a mix up between Test case execution record and Test case execution result. When you execute the TCER, a test result is created and added to the TCER, this is a modification to the TCER. When you set the status to pass, you modify the test result, not the TCER. In the TCER view, you need to add the column last result modified, then you will see the difference between TCER modification and test result modification.

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