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Modifying a Test Definition that is already used in an Execution Definition isn"t automatically updated, how can you refresh the definition to reflect the changes?

Modifying a Test Definition that is already used in an Execution Definition isn"t automatically updated, how can you refresh the definition to reflect the changes?

Problem:

Modifying a Test Definition that is already used in an Execution Definition isn"t automatically updated, how can you refresh the definition to reflect the changes?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Modifying a Test Definition that is already used in an Execution Definition isn"t automatically updated, how can you refresh the definition to reflect the changes?

ANSWER
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After making changes to the test planning tree that you want to be immediately effective on the Execution server, you have to right click on the test container and click in the context menu "Update Executions". Afterwards all test definitions will be updated on the execution server.

Old KB# 24831

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