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Workflow action for selecting a test set

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Hi All,

I have written some workflow code to update test instances in a test set when the test set is refreshed but I would like to be able to update the test instance automatically without having to press the refresh button.  Is there a workflow action triggered when a test set is selected/opened or would there be another action I could use to update the test set without user interaction.

Thanks

Mel

 

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Re: Workflow action for selecting a test set

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The TestSet_MoveTo workflow script should be executed when you select a test set.

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Re: Workflow action for selecting a test set

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The TestSet_MoveTo workflow script should be executed when you select a test set.

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