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Map RFT warning execution state to inconclusive in RQM?

Brett Bohnn (94111154) | asked Aug 04 '17, 5:24 p.m.

As expected, passing and failing RFT scripts are marked correctly. However, scripts logging warnings are also logged as passing. Ideally this scripts would be logged as inconclusive. As it stands now, the batch script through RFT gives a single log with failures and warnings clearly marked, allowing the user to scroll through it in a few minutes if everything passes.                                  

With RQM not logging warning, it forces the user to individually open every single passing log result to see if any warnings were logged before verifying that the script should be considered as passed.              
I know execution states can be mapped with the command line adapter but I don't think the same can be done with RFT. I am submitting this to confirm.  


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Subhajit Bhuiya (6222) | answered Aug 08 '17, 3:26 a.m.

It is actually RFT adapter which sends the step results to RQM. RFT adapter has logic to mark any step as pass, fail or inconclusive. Whatever the adapter is sending, RQM is storing that information. Please check with RFT team on this issue.

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