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Run an automated test for few iterations via ALM

Hello colleagues.

I would like to know whether it is possible to run an automated test which I have uploaded to my LAM project, I would like to run it multiple times (with no dependencies)  so I can make it a sort of "stability test" for me.

How can I do this via the "test-lab" or any other option?




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Re: Run an automated test for few iterations via ALM

Option 1 - consider configuring the script to run multiple times / loop in script - control by parameter in ALM

Option 2 - if you setup the UFT test to use the global sheet, upload a excel sheet / resource, override the data in ALM for your instance and add X number of rows (needs some sort of data in row, or your test data) and it should run that many times.
(For example if a browser test and my browser to open was in the data sheet, I would just add rows saying something liek CHROME in each row for the browser value)

Option 3 - total hack...
For a test set, add the test multiple times. Not the best, but something...
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