tab, specify the minimum number of virtual testers that you
consider to be a stable workload.
For detailed procedures, see the TestManager Help.
Including Passed and Failed Commands
It is often useful to include passed commands as well as failed commands in a
Command Data report.
For example, assume you are running a suite with 20 virtual testers. Of these 20
testers, 17 testers pass and three testers fail. The three testers fail when they modify a
When you examine the failed commands only, it is tempting to conclude that
something is wrong with that particular record--perhaps the record does not exist in
the database. However, for a clear overall picture, look at the passed commands as
well as the failed commands. It could be that the 17 testers who passed also tried to
modify the record. In that case, the flaw does not lie with the record itself but with the
logic of your test script.
To include both passed and failed commands in a Command Data report:
Report > New > Command Data Report
Advanced Option Summary
In the Advanced Options dialog box, select the
Include success and failure