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[RQM 6.0.3] Best way to handle multiple test executions based on sample sizes?

Tom Leser (19116) | asked Sep 18 '17, 12:23 p.m.
I'm leading a cross-functional project that includes mechanical and electrical testing and requires us to perform multiple sample sizes to achieve a certain statistical confidence and reliability values.  

So we're needing to run certain test cases within a suite multiple times.  Configuration and build info would all be the same, but the HW Unit Under Device would have a different ID.  

So in one TSER, I might have the following sample sizes I'd need to run a particular test case on:

TC1 - 29
TC2 - 29
TC3 - 1
TC4 - 59
TC5 - 1

Hoping somebody has done this before, or at least can point me into the right direction for configuring this.  



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Subhajit Bhuiya (6222) | answered Sep 22 '17, 6:07 a.m.

 You can add TC1 29 time, TC2 29 times, TC3 once, TC4 29 times and TC5 once in the test suite and run the test suite

Tom Leser commented Oct 19 '17, 12:06 p.m. | edited Oct 19 '17, 12:07 p.m.


So you would add these test cases into the test suites x number of times correct?  Does this mean that I'd have to duplicate xx number of instances of the same test case to add it into that suite to achieve the sample sizes?  

We tried duplicating the TCER's within a TSER, but it gave an iteration error indicating that the TCER already existed. 

Thank you for your assistance.


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