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Marking Testplans - Marking a testplan
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User's Guide
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Marking a testplan
RunWhen: - regression
Test 2
testcase: t2
In this example, Test 1 has the values UI and regression. The statement
RunWhen: - regression
removes the value regression from the previously assigned values, so Test2
has the value UI.
Note the following about using + and :
You must follow the + or with a space.
You can add or remove any number of elements with one statement.
Separate each element with a semicolon.
You can specify + element(s) even if no assignments had previously been
made; the result is that the element(s) are now assigned.
You can specify element(s) even if no assignments had previously been
made; the result is that the set's complement is assigned. Using the
previous example, specifying
RunWhen: - regression
when no RunWhen assignment had previously been made results in the
values UI and smoke being assigned.
Marking a testplan
Marks are temporary denotations that allow you to work with selected tests in
a testplan. Marks can be removed at any time, and they last only as long as
the current work session.
Black stripe denotes a
mark
You can recognize a marked testcase by the black stripe in the margin. The
following figure shows two marked tests in the outline4 testplan.