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    TC using Re-Usable Action from another TC

    Hello,

    Okay, I'm sure there is a post regarding the solution to my question, but darn, I cannot find it!!

    I have Test Case A, which uses a Re-Usable Action that is located in Test Case B.

    Now, I did a change to that Re-Usable Action in Test Case B.

    Afterwards, I ran Test Case A, however, the Re-Usable Action was not updated and still reflected the old version.

    How can I "reload" Test Case A so that it can take the newly updated Re-Usable Action residing in Test Case B?

    Again, I'm sorry if this has been posted, but I couldn't find it after 3-4 hours of searching. Which, in actuality, it was very useful because I found some nice conversation on thinks that I had in mind! [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

    Thank you.

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    Re: TC using Re-Usable Action from another TC

    This is possible right?

    I would think this would be a basic functionality of QTP.

    Any help?

    Thank you.

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    Re: TC using Re-Usable Action from another TC

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    ...Afterwards, I ran Test Case A, however, the Re-Usable Action was not updated and still reflected the old version.

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    When you "called" the shared Action you might very have "copied the shared Action" rather than "called the shared Action". If that was the case it would explain your behavior. Start over again...

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    Re: TC using Re-Usable Action from another TC

    Thorwath,

    Sheeesh, it might have been that simple. I started from scratch and it works now. I guess the only reason would be what you said, that the Action was "copied" rather than referenced.

    I do feel better because I was thinking it was some type of bug in QTP, but now I know that the bug was on my end [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] .

    Thank you,

    NB

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    Re: TC using Re-Usable Action from another TC

    This is a difficult tool to use effectively. We have <u>all</u> been there and done that, incorrectly--and more than once I can assure you! [img]/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]

 

 

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