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Multiple assignments of a test case to a test cycle possible, intentional?

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Hi,

when I create a new test cycle and add tests to "no specific tester" it is not possible to add the same test several times (perfectly fine with me).

But when I assign several testers to the test cycle, it is possible to add the same test to each of these testers, leading to multiple executions of the same test case in one test cycle. Is this intentional?

As we add up to several thousands of test cases to a test cycle and sometimes have to add more test cases to a running cycle, this sometimes leads to the situation where we accidentally add the same test case twice (to different testers). Can this be avoided?

We are using SCTM 15.5 hf3

thanks for any answers
Wolfgang

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Hi,

this is intended - use case could be setup/cleanup routines every tester has to do at the beginning and end of his testing cycle.

There is currently no way to avoid this.

Regards,

Florian

Product Owner - Silk

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Hi,

this is intended - use case could be setup/cleanup routines every tester has to do at the beginning and end of his testing cycle.

There is currently no way to avoid this.

Regards,

Florian

Product Owner - Silk

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