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When executing a Try Run on a Manual Test Definition, where does the Version and Build information in the Manual Test Execution dialog come from?

When executing a Try Run on a Manual Test Definition, where does the Version and Build information in the Manual Test Execution dialog come from?

Problem:

When executing a Try Run on a Manual Test Definition, where does the Version and Build information in the Manual Test Execution dialog come from?

Resolution:

Steps to replicate:-

1. Create a New Manual Test definition


2. Right Click definition and chose "Try Run test definition"


3. In the Manual test Execution screen you will notice that the test definition has a name of "Unassigned Tests (Version/Build)"















Where does the Version and Build information come from?

- “Try Run” takes the build and version from the latest execution for a specified product regardless of the Test Definition, Execution Definition and Project this run was for.

- SCTM searches through all results (of all projects) having the same product as the "Try run" test and takes the build of the last one.

- If it was the first run for this product (in all projects) the latest active build of the product is taken.

- There is currently is no way to specify a build when doing a try run. Please note that the "Try Run" function is only designed for trial tests.

Old KB# 29467

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