I want to launch a group of keyword Test like this :
I want to run all the test in a single call , without a cycle that iterates all the tests contained in a group .
Do you know any solution to solve this problem?
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Usually, we don't recommend modifying the MDS file. Please take a look at the Run the specified group of test items via TestComplete's command-line KB article.
Are you trying to launch every test at the same time? What is it you are trying to accomplish with this? We need more details to be able to give you a good answer without guessing.
I want to execute all the tests contained in a folder , to do this i want to use only one cmd call :
example : C.\TestComplete.exe ...... FolderName
I Don't want to use a solution like this :
Foreach(test in folder)
C:\TestComplete.exe .... KeywordTest|FolderName |test1
It is possible?
Do you want all the tests to start at the same time or are you just avoiding a loop for some reason? Tell us what the point is of doing it with one folder?
You can use TestExecute to run a set of tests that you have enabled in a project by just naming the project.
/run (or /r) - Commands TestExecute to run tests provided by the opened project suite, project, a project item, or a script routine. The action TestExecute will perform depends on what other command-line arguments are specified:
No other arguments specified
TestExecute will run the tests provided by the opened project suite.
TestExecute will run all enabled test items of the specified project. Project_name is the name of the project as it is shown in TestComplete Project Explorer panel. You can view the list of test items in TestComplete, on the Test Items page of the project.
TestExecute will run only the enabled test items, it will not run the disabled items.
To launch a partial part of the project i changed within a script the .MDS file, I set true only the folder of test that i want to launch .
What do you think about this solution ?