The test scripts that have been created in the test repository must be transferred to the execution queue in preparation for the playback process. For a given Test Plan, only a single active execution queue can exist. Historical execution queues can also be seen here.
- Select Test Plan to use
- Navigate to the Repository
- Select Standard Scripts or Filtered Scripts
- Double click on the Source System which will display the list of scripts in the Repository for the selected Test Plan
- Click on “Transfer to Execution Queue”. If you’ve filtered the scripts when you transfered them to the repository, you can select all scripts. Otherwise you may want to narrow your selection via Selection screen
You will see the following status as the transfer is taking place
You will also see the following popup box to ask about the generation of Dynamic IDs.
it is highly suggested that you always run the Dynamic ID. If your recording is large, select “Multi Thread”. You’ll be taken to the follow screen where you select the the Plan ID and Execution ID for which you want to run the Dynamic ID process. If you choose not to run the dynamic ID process at this time, you will need to do so prior to starting the execution queue playback. This is done by selecting the execution queue in the list and clicking the “Dynamic ID Generation” button.
Renaming the execution queue
When the execution queue is created, it is given the default name “Test Phase 1”. It is a good idea to rename the execution queue and give it a more meaningful name, especially if you are planning on doing a double playback.
To rename the execution queue, select the queue and click on the “Rename queue” button: