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Getting error "com.segue.scc.util.jdbc.EntityCreationException: Product with Id "0" not found." When selecting "Try Run Test Definition" for a Test Definition.

Getting error "com.segue.scc.util.jdbc.EntityCreationException: Product with Id "0" not found." When selecting "Try Run Test Definition" for a Test Definition.

Problem:

Getting error "com.segue.scc.util.jdbc.EntityCreationException: Product with Id "0" not found." When selecting "Try Run Test Definition" for a Test Definition.

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Getting error "com.segue.scc.util.jdbc.EntityCreationException: Product with Id "0" not found." When selecting "Try Run Test Definition" for a Test Definition.

ANSWER
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This problem is caused by not having a Product set for the parent test folder of the test definition that you are trying to run.

To Resolve this:

  • Click on the parent folder of the Test Definition
  • In the "Properties" tab - click "Edit product" link
  • Select the Product used and save.
  • Try to run the test definition again - the problem should now be gone.

Old KB# 24514

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