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[QF-Test] Conditional or script driven breakpoints

  • Subject: [QF-Test] Conditional or script driven breakpoints
  • From: "Gauthier, Denis" <Denis.Gauthier@?.au>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2011 15:42:51 +1100

Dear QFTest user,

does anyone happen to know if it is possible to make a run pause (like a breakpoint) through a script?
I was thinking about something like rc.pauseTest

The rational is that my TestCases are being executed based on an Excel spreadsheet which lists the sequence of TC to execute.
This mechanism support a column in Excel that says if the TC should be executed or not, but I have the need to execute a set of TCs and then pause to debug the next one.
I can't execute this TC only (it works on its own, but not when executed after the others) and it is a pain to start a full debugging session an manually go through.

The only hack I found is to have a node 'Set Variable' with the 'Interactive' field evaluated from a flag from the Excel spreadsheet. This then allows to pause the execution as needed but I was wondering if there was any nicer way of doing this.
The ManualStepDialog seems to allow doing the same kind of thing, but this is quite an overkill ..



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