After a test list is executed allow failed tests to be executed as a test list.
When a test list is executed it results in a list of all executed tests. There should be an option that allows only failed tests to be re-executed in the context of the same test list.
Posted on:22 Mar 2019 09:01
I am sorry to hear about your experience with the Rerun feature. Please note that we have addressed this problem in the latest internal build from 7 March 2019. You can either upgrade to the internal build or wait for the next Service Pack.
Should you have any other questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Best Regards, Ivaylo
Posted on:21 Mar 2019 15:27
We implemented this a few months ago after the public release, and started getting a number of unintended issues with the scheduler. I think this may have occurred because of scheduled tests lists now overlapping due to longer run times (the test failure reruns). The scheduler regularly stopped reporting test results of the remote machines, would not prompt machines to pickup new jobs, lose track that remote machines were running tests.
We disabled the rerun feature, and have largely avoided the recurrence of any similar issues. Not sure if others have had the same issue.
Posted on:21 Mar 2019 11:59
This is now available in Test Studio. For more information please refer to the following article:
This request would be very useful for our organization. The solution from Daniel Djambov does not work for us as we run nearly all our test remotely/distributed. What's the possibility of this being include as a feature?
Posted on:11 Nov 2014 10:40
Telerik: here is an implementation for such scenario using Test Studio Execution extension: http://www.telerik.com/forums/automatic-re-run-of-failed-tests-from-a-test-list-execution
Posted on:10 Oct 2014 12:12
This is an awesome feature request! This is exactly what I am doing every time me tests fails. I copy them to a new testlist and run them again.
Posted on:26 Jul 2013 10:17
A related request for the test scheduling functionality: