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I scheduled an Execution Child Folder to be executed but the dependencies are been ignored, why?

I scheduled an Execution Child Folder to be executed but the dependencies are been ignored, why?

Problem:

I scheduled an Execution Child Folder to be executed but the dependencies are been ignored, why?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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I scheduled an Execution Child Folder to be executed but the dependencies are been ignored, why?

ANSWER
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If you schedule a whole Child folder to be executed, then SilkCentral Test Manager will adhere to the "Priority" setting ( executing definitions from High to Low ) and not the dependencies.

To work around this, you should therefore schedule the initial Execution Definition itself and not the entire folder. This way SilkCentral Test Manager will adhere to set dependencies.

Old KB# 24745

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