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mar_mac Trusted Contributor.
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Possible to run multiple test sets in one build step - Jenkins & HPE ALM Lab Management?

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I have configured Jenkins to run my UFT tests through ALM using the HPE Application Automation Tools Plugin and by adding the "Execute HPE tests using HPE ALM Lab Management" build step.  I am wondering if there is any way to add multiple entries in the Test Set/Build Verification Suite ID field in order to run more than one test set. 

I know that I can create a new build step for each test set however this is slow as the connection to ALM is established and disconnected for each step.    

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Re: Possible to run multiple test sets in one build step - Jenkins & HPE ALM Lab Management?

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I did contact one of the named plug-in developers and the response received was that no, this feature does not currently exist. 

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Re: Possible to run multiple test sets in one build step - Jenkins & HPE ALM Lab Management?

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Re: Possible to run multiple test sets in one build step - Jenkins & HPE ALM Lab Management?

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I did contact one of the named plug-in developers and the response received was that no, this feature does not currently exist. 

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