I'm using Multitest Manager to run a batch of tests. When QuickTest encounters an error or failure or any kind in one of the tests, I want Multitest Manager to stop that particular test, but instead it keeps going through the script performing all other actions (which won't work because of the first error and which adds hours to the time before I get an e-mailed report saying something failed). Is it possible to change this behavior so upon encountering a failure condition the run of the particular test in the batch is stopped?
Maybe I wasn't clear in how I explained the situation. One of the tests runs and encounters a failure. I want the test to stop immediately and the next text in the batch to continue. What happens now is that QuickTest keeps going through the test that failed after the failure point. I want it to stop that test, log it as failed and move on to the next without going through the rest of the steps in the failed test.