Very basic test plan question
I develop tests in silktest but we run them using central (or just one at a time.) However, our application is flaky so after I do a full central test run I want to generate a test plan so I can just run the failures again from my machine.
I have been looking at test plan files for this of course and I am running into a problem that shows me I just don't understand how they work.
If I set up a test plan that only pulls from one file, I do it like this:
[-] SilkTest FailedTests
[ ] script: c:\matra\silk\testscripts\RMS\QA_RMS_Consolidated. t
[ ] testcase: S33_RMS100_7SalesCashandCredit () VerifyReadyToStart
[ ] testcase: S33_RMS110_2CashOnly () VerifyReadyToStart
Now if I don't include the testscript declaration there, Silk can't find my tests (fair enough) but if I do include it, when I go to run all the tests (by hitting the plain green arrow) it complains that I have double declarations of the testcases I set up.
If I include the script: declaration but add no test cases, when I hit the run, it comlains there are no testcases to run.
If I include both the script and the testcases, when I click the green arrow that lets me pick which test to run, it shows all the tests from the script file, not just the ones I need to test.
I know this is the most basic problem - can anyone help?
Re: Very basic test plan question
In Single test plan, you can call testcases from multiple scripts. You should use indentation properly. See the sample test plan from Silktest help.