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How do I run a Test Script without iterating through all lines of Test Data?

Andrew Trobec (49712143139) | asked Sep 20 '12, 11:03 a.m.

I have a test script that is associated with Test Data that I imported from a CSV file.  There are 133 lines of Test Data, but I want to be able to specify at execution of a test case how many iterations I want to test.

Is there a way of selecting a specified number of random lines from the Test Data and only run say, 10 iterations of the test?

I am working with RQM

Thank you and best regards,


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Pramod Chandoria (2.1k11220) | answered Oct 06 '12, 2:53 a.m.
This option will be available in RQM 4.0.1. you can specify at TestScript, Testcase and Execution Time, the rows you are interested in.
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Sterling Ferguson-II (1.6k8277269) | answered Sep 27 '12, 12:51 p.m.
Andrew, how about the 4.0.1 M3 preview:

I think this is what we both are asking for...

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Sterling Ferguson-II (1.6k8277269) | answered Sep 20 '12, 11:58 a.m.

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Jerry Shengulette (63914) | answered Sep 20 '12, 1:38 p.m.
The work item referenced above seems a good answer.   With you will be able to run only 10 iterations of your test data but it would have to be the first 10 iterations.

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