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Clear working folder before a test is executed

Hi All,

In the SilkCentral, Test, Test Container, we can find this property "Clear working folder before a test is executed".

 

We are using the Setup Test in the execution plan to setup some environment urls for our Silk Test Classic and SilkCentral integration.

 

If we check the "Clear Working folder before a test is executed", will this clear the working folder and re-checkout the files from the source control system before every test case run.

Is the below assumption for sequence of events correct if we check the property and run the test plan?

A)

1) Clear the Working folder and delete all the files

2) Copy the Projects from the source control system to the working folder in the execution servers.

3) Run the Setup Test that associate to the execution plan.

4) Run test case 1, 2, 3... in the execution plan.

 

or B)

1) Copy the Projects from the source control system to the working folder in the execution servers.

2)  Run the Setup Test that associate to the execution plan.

3) Clear the Working folder and delete all the files

4) Copy the Projects from the source control system to the working folder in the execution servers.

5) Run Test Case 1

6)  Clear the Working folder and delete all the files

7) Copy the Projects from the source control system to the working folder in the execution servers.

😎 Run Test Case 2

9) Report 6 - 7, then run Test Case 3  etc..

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