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Is there a way to specify what result file(s) to include in the Test Definition Run Details?

Is there a way to specify what result file(s) to include in the Test Definition Run Details?

Problem:

Is there a way to specify what result file(s) to include in the Test Definition Run Details?

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QUESTION
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Is there a way to specify what result file(s) to include in the Test Definition Run Details?

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Any file a script creates in the current directory by relative path (e.g. ".\test.txt"), is stored on the database and will be displayed in the "Files" tab. It is however possible to define it so that files with certain extensions are ignored.

In the "Settings" menu there is a tab "Project Settings", where you can define the extensions of files to be ignored (Input Field "File extensions to ignore in results").

Note, in the Beta version, you will need to disconnect and reconnect your database so that changes take effect.

Old KB# 24830

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