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Why are my tests showing in the activites section as running sequentially when they should be running at the same time because I am using 2 execution servers?

Why are my tests showing in the activites section as running sequentially when they should be running at the same time because I am using 2 execution servers?

Problem:

Why are my tests showing in the activites section as running sequentially when they should be running at the same time because I am using 2 execution servers?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Why are my tests showing in the SilkCentral TestManager activities section as running sequentially when they should be running at the same time because I am using two execution servers?

ANSWER
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To get your tests to run at the same time on two different execution servers you need to create 2 folders with an execution definition in each folder.


The tests will show as running sequentially (one will be queued after the other in the activities section) if you only create one folder with 2 executions definition inside this same folder.

Old KB# 24572

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