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Dependencies are not transfered to SC Manual Testing Client

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 15 February 2012]

Hello,

I have defined a dependency between two execution plans (a & b).
The dependency condition is set to "passed".

When I download the test packages to the SC Manual Test Client, the tester can individually choose between test package a & b which he want's to execute at first.

I expected the dependency function to create a kind of test package sequence. But it seems not to be like this.

Is this behaviour by design or is this a bug?

Best regards

Sebastian
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Hi Sebastian,

Are you setting both execution plans a and b to be executed? This would suggest why both are available for execution as execution b should not be available for execution until execution a has been passed.

When running execution plans that have dependencies you should only select the Master Execution Plan for execution. Then when you download to the Manual Testing Client there will only be one execution available. If you then set this execution to Passed, upload the result and then click Download the dependent execution plan will be available for execution in the Manual Testing Client.

Does this answer your question?

Thanks
Michael

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Hi Michael,

thanks for your help. It works fine.

BTW: What is the best practice to created process oriented test packages?
For example tester A (i.e. FI-Department) has to test steps 1-5, tester B (i.e. CO-Department) has to test steps 6-8.

Thx in advance

Sebastian

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