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[QF-Test] Question about structuring test case sets within a test suite

  • Subject: [QF-Test] Question about structuring test case sets within a test suite
  • From: Ralf Pfiszter <ralf.pfiszter@?.at>
  • Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2015 11:37:51 +0200


I am a newby and maybe I did not completely understand the concept
yet about test case sets ("Testfallsatz") and the included test cases (and further the contained scenarios) - and the appropriate test execution.

I defined within one test suite a preparation node where the application gets started and afterwards several test scenarios grouped in separate test cases (or even test case sets) which expects the application being started.

If I have one test case set with one preparation node and one test case it works as I expect.
However, if I define a second test case after the first it seems that for this one the preparation node is executed first (and the application gets started a second time).

How can I achieve to get the preparation node executed only once and afterwards the test cases in the sequence as defined in the test case set?

If I have a misconception here please point me to the correct approach.

Best Regards,

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