Specify on which set of test-cases you're working

Since version 1.8, you can load multiple set of test-cases an use them together (copy (case), Cross (case)). Most of the actions that you can apply on test-cases, doesn't accept the name of the set of test-cases in parameter. In reality, the actions are applied on the current set of test-cases. To switch between two set of test-cases you must apply the scope function. After the application of the scope function, the specified set of test-cases will be the target of the next actions.

Note that the scope action is also used in the context of the Load (case] action.

The syntax for this command is case scope 'name of the set of test-cases'.

Sample:
case scope 'First Set';
// all the actions here under are executed on the set named 'First Set'
...

case scope 'Second Set';
// all the actions here under are executed on the set named 'Second Set'
...

// if you want to switch back to the first set, just call again the action "scope" on the set named 'First Set'
case scope 'First Set';
...

Last edited Oct 4, 2014 at 5:03 PM by Seddryck, version 1

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