There are a number of us developers in our group. The concept of workspaces seems a simple and logical way to split test cases. Let's assume I need to test a program (ABC123) and i have 2 test environments (env1 & env2).
We DON'T want to create loads of private test cases, so the logical (?) answer is to put them all on a network drive that everyone can access.
The next step (?) would be to create one workspace that ONLY contains ABC123 för env1 and another one that contains ABC123 for env2.
My question is this. If I open the env1 workspace, what happens if someone else ALSO opens it while I'm still using it? Do they get any sort of a warning.
Next question. If I add a test case to env1 and the other person adds a different test case as well to their copy, is it a case of "the last one to save is happy, the first one is left wondering what happened to their case".