In general, a document that describes test requirements. In the testplan editor, a testplan is displayed in an easy-to-read outline format, which lists the test requirements in high-level prose descriptions. The structure can be flat or many levels deep. Indentation indicates the level of detail. A testplan also contains statements, which are keywords and values that implement the test descriptions by linking them to 4Test testcases. Large testplans can be divided into a master plan and one or more subplans. A testplan file has a .pln extension, such as find.pln.
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A file that names any number of 4Test test script files. Instead of running each script individually, you run the suite, which executes in turn each of your scripts and all the testcases it contains.