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Group related scenario tests into suites (8.3)

Updated on May 3, 2021

Group scenario tests into test suites to run multiple related test cases as part of purpose-specific UI tests, such as smoke tests, regression tests, and outcome-based tests. By using scenario test suites, you can more effectively perform targeted testing of application changes.

Creating scenario test suites

Create a scenario test suite, add scenario test cases to the suite, and then specify the order in which you want the tests to run. You can also modify the context in which to save the scenario test suite, such as the development branch or the ruleset.

"Create test suites"
Creating a scenario test suite


Running scenario test suites

Run test suites to check application functionality. You can view the run history, disable or quarantine individual test cases, add or remove test cases from the suite, or reorder the test cases before running the suite.

Running a scenario test suite


Viewing scenario test suite results

After you run a scenario test suite, you can view the test results. For example, you can compare the expected and actual output for assertions that did not pass. You can then debug the test case or fix the assertions so that they pass the test case.

Viewing a failed test for a scenario suite


For more information about scenario test suites, see Grouping scenario tests into suites

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