I've got a scenario in which two test engineers need to use one test technician to run through one set of steps that verifies two test cases.
Eng. A - Test Case A
Eng. B - Test Case B
Now, as it happens, the most efficient way for the technician to execute this looks like this:
Tech - Do First Part of A
Do Test Case B (Because it puts A where it needs to be, but Eng. A doesn't "care" how the tech got to this point.)
- Complete Test Case A
The problem, both engineers are sharing a test set. So, it's easy enough to embed Test Case B in Test Case A as a step, but I need this single run to be able to indicate on the Test Set top level view that both test cases were run and passed/failed. Does anyone know if this can be done?
Wow, that's a mouthful! I would do it the simple way, by breaking the first half of A into a separate test, then run B, and then the last half of A as another separate test. Put them in the Test Set in the sequence of A1->B->A2 and away you go.
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