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Version Control on Test Cases

Does somebody know if it's possible to use old versions of a test case in a test cycle. I know the version of the testcase is tracked and that you can revert to an old version. The question is can you use those old versions when you include them in a cycle and then execute them?

thanks

William Echlin
Traq Software Ltd
www.TestManagement.com

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Hi William,

which types of tests are you referring to? Manual or automated ones?

For manual ones it is not possible to execute a specific version. The version is here really dedicated to the purpose of tracking changes and revert them if needed.

For automated ones ti is possible with the "Source Control Label" property on Execution Plan level - " In the Source Control Label text box you can optionally specify that the execution plan is of an earlier version than the latest version. The label must refer to a version in the source control system that the test container is associated with. If this text box is left blank, the latest version of the execution plan will be fetched. "

Regards,

Florian

Product Owner - Silk
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