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Catching the event before posting a fast run
Sorry for the long post, but I want to make sure to explain what I need - specially since any imaginative solution will due...
I'm looking for some help.
We are using QC on one project where we also have automated tests written on a proprietary tool. Our automated tests started manually and thus they also have regular steps in them, sometimes we still run them manually in cases where automation is been blocked for any reason.
When we run these tests automatically we use the FastRun mechanism and simply mark them as passed/failed in the grid, we also set the responsible tester field to a user called automation.
The problem starts on the reports, we want to be able to know how many tests were run by each tester, but we only want to see manual tests and filter out the automated tests that were only "fast-run" by them. We use excel reports and get these numbers out of the RUN table.
I wanted to catch the event for the fast run and check if the responsible tester was set to "automation" and then put an indication in the run (a new UDF) saying that this test was automation and thus filter it out from my report. The problem is that I CANNOT FIND ANY EVENT for a Fast Run.
Does anybody know a work-around for this? How can I modify something based on the fact that it is a fast run and had a specific responsible tester assigned to it?
Re: Catching the event before posting a fast run
After posting this I tried to look at my problem from another perspective and found a way to query the data directly from the database...
Still, If someone knows how to catch the event for the fast run I would very much like to know how.