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Is there any way I can dictate the order in which test definitions are run within an execution definition?

Is there any way I can dictate the order in which test definitions are run within an execution definition?

Problem:

Is there any way I can dictate the order in which test definitions are run within an execution definition?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Is there any way I can dictate the order in which test definitions are run within an execution definition?

ANSWER
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No, the order of the test definitions is specified in the test plan. The execution definition is just a filtered view of your test plan
and it is impossible to change the order here.

1. The image below shows the order of the test definitions in the testplan.


2. The image below shows the order of the test definitions once they have been moved across to Assigned Test Definitions.


If you want to dictate the order in which test definitions are run within an execution definition you need to change the order in the testplan.

Old KB# 24599

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