Execution using Tags - How to trigger multiple tags (test suites) from command line arguments?
We are automating our APIs using the SOAP UI Pro version. We have tagged the testsuites with some tag names and when I am trying to execute the suite by selecting multiple tags, system is executing only if all the selected tags are tagged to the test suite, I mean there are 6 suites and I tagged each to a tag say - a, b, c, d, e, f.
Now during the execution I want the suite 1 and 5 to execute, so I selected the tag name as 'a' and 'e' and triggered the launch, but I don't see any execution happening. After going through the documentation I found the below details.
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-T: Specifies test suites or test cases to be executed by their tags.
Usage:-T"TestCase tag1[, tag2 ...]"
If you specify one or several tags, the test runner will run only those test suites or test cases that have all the tags you have specified. For example, if you specify-T"TestCase tag1, tag2", it will not run test cases that havetag1ortag2, but it will run test cases that have bothtag1andtag2.
It is also possible to specify both test suites and test cases for execution by using the-Targument twice:-T"TestSuite suiteTag" -T"TestCase caseTag".
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At the same time when executed from editor, I found an option called "At least one tag" which will execute if the tag is present at least once at the suite.
We need this kind of feature, can some one please help me how to achieve this using command line arguments.
As mentioned about the tags in the beginning of my post, if I select tags 'a' and 'e' => 1 and 5 test suites should get triggered.